Well we are knee-deep in February, how are those New Year’s resolutions holding up? Yeah me neither. It’s not too late to turn it around my friends!
I vowed to get more organized, and well it started off ok, but somewhere it went kinda downhill again. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to review a new organizer from a fellow blogger and friend to get myself back on track, and it has really helped.
Lisa Lightner, blogger of A Day in Our Shoes, developed this IEP Organizer to keep herself organized for her son’s medical needs and appointments, but any parent can use it. The best part is you only need to purchase it once and you can use it for a lifetime. Simply reprint the pages you need year after year. I know something that always frustrates me about planners is when the refillable pages that go with it get discontinued and you are subsequently left with a pile of useless planners. Total waste. But not with THIS planner!
This planner was designed for parents of children with IEP, but if your child/children have any health issues, special needs, etc. this would be ideal. It was designed with maximum parent participation in mind.
Here is a link to the downloadable PDF of the IEP Organizer.
Lisa also has a great video on how she puts her planner together here: