I have developed Speech Language Assessment report template that I use for all my kiddos. This template is a collaborative effort of my picking and choosing things I liked about other SLP's and school psychologist's assessments, and things that are essential to make my reports "Legally Binding". Meaning, that if you are lucky enough to attend IEP meetings with lawyers and advocates, this template will allow you to exhaust all resources with your assessment, and have answered any question the legal team may have. This template makes me feel secure walking into any IEP meeting, knowing that I accounted for every possible resource, and obtained and analyzed all information appropriate to making a clinical and legal decision.
Things to consider putting in your reports: previous assessment scores, ELL info, history and background information, spontaneous language abilities, test scores, other behavioral factors, and your state license number.
This is a Triennial report, meaning that I ONLY re-assed areas that the child qualified under and is currently working on, as opposed to doing the FULL comprehensive evaluation of 2 Language assessments etc.
This is a real report that I wrote. All names and identifying information have been changed to protect the identity of the examinee.