Recordkeeping

Other than medical record-keeping, no records are more important to keep than those concerning your childs special education. Many parents recommend keeping a yearly file that includes the name of the teacher, principal, and district psychologist, copy of the IEP, all test results, all correspondence, a current copy of the local and state regulations, and all of your childs report cards. You should also include in the file a list of the medications taken by your child during the year. Do not throw these records out—give them to your child when she reaches 18, as they can be crucial for college testing and accommodations.

The thought of this may seem overwhelming, but try to think of it this way: appropriate schooling is what will enable your child to overcome the cancer experience and become a productive adult. And your child needs your help to secure that future.

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