What’s your favorite thing to do: therapy or evaluation? Evaluation is my favorite thing, but in my SLP friend group most of my SLP friends prefer therapy over evaluation. So you are not alone if you are not big into evaluating students!
One thing we probably both agree with is that report writing can be a challenge. Well, I found out about a tool that could change your report writing experience forever. Double Time Docs is here! An occupational therapist founded Double Time Docs after facing the struggle of writing so many evaluation reports –and keeping the quality high. Double Time Docs a software that helps generate a comprehensive evaluation report in no time flat.
SLPs with more than 20 years of experience collaborated to create the format for evaluation report template. The software generates a report that is fully individualized for the student.
Avoid Common Errors
In addition to saving time, Double Time Docs helps you avoid common errors in student’s names and pronouns. The software assists you in addressing different aspects of a comprehension assessment because it guides you along. Download this sample report to see its quality.
Double Time Docs has a free trial so you can try it out before you jump right in. However, its cost is super affordable (the simple plan is $5/month and you purchase doc credits that do not expire) and I think I will be using it for some time.
Consistency Between Professionals
If you would like to buy this for a team, Double Time Docs offers volume discounts for schools and clinics. This option would be ideal for a group of professionals that would like to standardize their reports for quality and appearance. It is great to have reports maintain consistency across professionals and disciplines (because they have OT and PT report templates in the software for occupational and physical therapists).
Click here to learn more: Double Time Docs (all links include my referral code) and if you sign up, use the code BACKTOSCHOOL21 by the end of September for three bonus doc credits. But even if you read this after the end of September, this is something to investigate because it will make report writing easier.