paperwork4When you have a child with special needs, your days are usually both unpredictable and overwhelmingly busy. It can be hard — perhaps even impossible — to feel like you’ve got a handle on things. It also usually involves mountains of paper . . . school reports, iep’s, medical reports, ad infinitum.

Organizing those papers is the way to organize your mind . . . rather than lose it.

Encouragement and some simple strategies are offered in a recent article on the site Clutter Interrupted.