As an Itinerant, I often am the primary teacher for some students whose only disability is Deafness and/or a Hearing Impairment; therefore, it is essential that I keep “track” of student needs, accommodations and service times. I have created a general form that I complete at the beginning of the school year and provide this page to each student’s teachers during their in-services. It provides the teacher of a quick visual of the student’s needs, service time, equipment needs, as well as documents what accommodations have been listed within the student’s IEP. This helps the classroom teacher keep track of what they are responsible for doing for our students. Instead of having to go through a 10 page IEP document, they can reference this 1-2 page document, depending upon the child/student’s personal needs. It offers easy access to student information and can be a valuable tool for transitioning purposes, testing accommodation needs and a resourceful tool for administrators. This can be a daunting task at the beginning of the year, but once you have a form filled out for 1 particular student, you can edit it accordingly for years to come, as well as edit the changes in the student’s newly implemented IEP quickly and easily. It can then be shared with the child/student’s teachers with new updates via. e-mail if you are unable to share it face-to-face.