My cousin passed this on to me, and it looks really promising–so I signed up to be a beta tester. As explained on Love that Max, myEdGPS is a
a free new online platform where parents of kids with autism, learning disabilities and other special needs can store their child’s IEP info, track milestones, keep a calendar of meetings and use a “letter generator” to write letters to, say, request a school evaluation. Parents can also store evaluations and email correspondence in a virtual binder, and even get live advice from education advisors and advocates, for a small fee.
Our IEP experience was harrowing, and organizing the piles and piles of information we have about Peanut, vision impairment, et. al. is a constant challenge, so I figured it was worth checking this out. You do have to register by tomorrow, November 20, to be a beta tester, so if this sounds interesting to you, you’ll want to hop to it.
You can read the original blog post here: http://www.lovethatmax.com/2012/11/a-site-to-help-parents-navigate-special.html
myEdGPS’ Web site is here: http://www.myedgps.com/launch