If you're anything like me, you start out the year relatively organized and then (typically around Spring Break) you slowly spiral out of control into a "sticky note losing, WHEN is that report due?!, and where the heck is my my clipboard?" kind of SLP. If that sounds like you, then this product is here to help!
Each form was thoughtfully designed to keep all relevant information on ONE page. Grab some tabs and a big binder and you are good to go! The zip file contains editable Word and PDF versions. See below for an explanation of the forms included.
Page 1 - Individual session notes
The header notes information that is always good to have at your fingertips – name, grade, teacher, in addition to IEP timelines, frequency and session times. Prefill this table before printing to speed up your note taking.
The second table holds annual goals and objectives. Again, prefill this before printing so you can refer to it in shorthand when handwriting your notes.
The third table logs session notes with a shorthand key to maximize information contained by the space: location of the sessions, type of activity, group size, and session time, in addition to the targeted objective, data, prompt type, and comments.
Page 2 - Parent contact log
The header conveniently keeps relevant student information handy while you’re chatting with parents: name, grade, teacher, in addition to parent names and contact information, languages spoken in the home, IEP timelines, frequency, and student therapy schedule. Prefill before printing.
Use the shorthand key to maximize the amount of information you can fit in this table.
Page 3 - Meeting notes organizer
Never lose track of your meeting notes again! Keep track of the meeting participants, student strengths and weakness, parent input, goals, and next steps all on one page.
Page 4 - Case history for initial speech/language evaluations
An invaluable resource for completing evaluations – Use this form at re-evaluation planning meetings to run through a case history to guide your report. Record identifying information, family information, language history and use, medical and developmental history, educational history, and parent report of home functioning and concerns.
Page 5 - Testing log
Store this form in a binder with your meeting notes organizer. As soon as you can, write down the type of evaluation you will be completing, as well as the diagnostic question(s), testing plan, and due dates. The handy checkboxes next to planned tasks will keep you on track and on time!
Pages 6 -10 - Daily planner
A flexible way to keep track of sessions, meetings, and tasks, as well as notes for the day and reminders for tomorrow! Prefill with events that recur each week.
Page 11 - Classroom Observation Notes
Two observations fit on one page and still have room for all the critical information - Observation context (teacher, subject, group size), referral source, concerns, language, teacher feedback, and next steps.