Coming Spring, 2019!
Are you looking for support to help you organize your life with a special needs child or adult? I am excited to reveal that I am working on a line of products designed to make your life easier. Please let me know which of the products below would help you the most so I can prioritize them accordingly. Release dates will vary.
Daily Tracking Tool. Organization is one of the keys to flourishing. There is so much extra work involved in taking care of your child. Adding a few tracking tools can help you understand how your child is doing from day to day. In the early years, my child’s progress was two steps forward, one (or more) steps back. When I got serious about using tracking tools, patterns started to emerge. I found there were things I was doing that were helping a lot while others were actually setting her back. I was able to adjust her protocols to help her function better and move forward in life. I will teach you not only to track your child’s day but how to interpret what you find. Sign up to be notified when this product is available
Medical Organizer. Organizing paperwork is another task that goes along with the territory. There is medical information you will need for years to come–even into adulthood. It’s never too early to get it all in order. I can help you do that, along with insight into what to keep and what purpose it might serve in the future.
Public School Organizer. Keeping track of school IEPs and correspondence is key to getting your child the services they need. This product will help you figure out what to keep and how to organize it for easy reference and a history of your child’s progress.
Homeschool Planning and Record Keeping. Homeschooling special needs can be overwhelming. If your child is not on grade level, it can be hard to figure out what they need to learn next since traditional curriculum often goes by grade level or the equivalent. If you need help figuring out how to plan your child’s education, this tool will show you the big picture and help you fill out the steps you need to take to get your child to the next level of independence and learning.