What are your visions and goals for the planner in the next 5 years?
“My vision is for the planner to continue evolving and include other crucial components to support parents with becoming organized and empowered which will relieve stress.”
What is the one piece of planning advice that you think all parents of kids with special needs could use?
“One piece of advice would be to have all important diagnosis dates, insurance information, school and outside therapy contacts and information in one place. This will help with feeling more empowered and allows you to speak with accuracy when asked questions as it relates to your child’s diagnosis or history.”
What is the biggest lesson that you have learned in the process of creating these planners?
“The biggest lesson I have learned in this process is to only include necessities. There was so much that I could have included in the planner and possibly those additions will be included in the years to come. But for this particular planner I wanted parents to have all that they needed without feeling overwhelmed with too many options.”
Anything else that you would like to share with our community?
“I would like to say to all the parents “Good Job! You are doing the best that you can!” I can only imagine what some families may go through daily and want to take the time to appreciate their daily commitment and sacrifices.”
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