If you were to ever run across one of the IEPs I have contributed to, you would find that I am a very detail oriented person. I like to include a little blurb about the assessments that I use on re-evaluations. Now, my district has asked us to include a brief description of our assessments on our meeting summaries as well. I don't mind doing this at all; however, at some point all the typing gets a little redundant. I finally gave up and created a word document to keep a brief summary of every assessment tool that I use on hand. I just copy and paste to evaluation documents and the summary page. This way every parent receives a uniform and thorough description of the test without increasing the amount of time it takes for me to write up reports.
Since the majority of these assessments are copyrighted, I obviously cannot upload this file to my blog and have blurred out the names in the picture above. I just want to share this suggestion as a way to save some valuable time at the expense of roughly 30 minutes of one day (depending on how many assessments you use).