You will have many reports from the audiologist, physician, family-infant specialist and others. It helps to keep them organized for easy access and tracking progress toward your goals over time. Use a 2 inch ring binder with dividers to organize the reports.
You and your family/infant specialist can talk about the kinds of information you will probably be receiving, but you will certainly need dividers for these areas:
These are the plans that you and the rest of your child's team write to help guide each year's program so that it meets your child's individual needs.
Before writing the next year's IEP, your child's team members will probe and test to see how last year's goals were met.
Every three years, a school district will verify that your child still needs to receive special services. This is a good time to look at other areas as well, and see how things are going.
When you and the teacher build a cooperative relationship, you can keep informed on a regular basis with notes. Hang on to those notes, so that you can see your child's progress.
Keep records from all your child's doctors' evaluations & reports:
Keep records of the following: