I have been reading some of the organizational posts here, and am wondering if anyone does something like the care binders suggested by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia: http://www.chop.edu/service/family-centered-care/organizing-your-care/? If you click on the Care Binder for Parents/Young Adults links, you'll find detailed information on how to create one, what to include, and printable forms/worksheets to include. Basically, the binder would include everything medical about the child, from day to day care, to recurring doctor's appointments, to medical and therapy reports, progress notes, etc.
We are planning to put something like this together for our sons, so that if anything ever happened to us (or even just one of us, and one is left to take everything over we now share), our children's guardians could use the binder like a manual of sorts. In our case, we will also include education information, such as their IEPs, report cards, progress notes, and other pertinent school information. As our boys age, we hope to help them gradually take over their own care, through the use of the binders.
Is there anyone who has something similar and can give me tips, ideas, pointers, advice?