Our Services and Prices
What do you get with an Annual Maintenance Agreement?
How do I get started?
To begin the process for getting your IEP forms converted into templates, your SELPA/District needs to review and sign our proposal, which we can send via e-mail. You can then mail the IEP forms (originals) you desire to be converted into templates, along with the signed proposal, to our mailing address. Upon receipt of your original IEP forms, we will begin a three step process as follows:
The first step is to ensure we have your most current IEP forms (unfolded originals please). We will then begin the conversion process as per the proposal ($20.00 per English form and $35.00 per Spanish with an annual maintenance agreement). During the conversion process we will need a SELPA and/or District point of contact to answer any questions we may have as per specific fill-in preferences; such as drop down menus to validate fields. We can normally convert/complete 10 - 15 forms within 5 - 10 business days. We recently completed 78 forms within 15 business days.
The second step is to complete the process of conversion and review of forms. After we have completed our thorough review, we invite your point of contact to review and provide us any comments or recommendations on how we can refine the forms electronically (i.e., font size for fillers, hypertext links, drop down menus, etc.) without taking away from the appearance/integrity of your paper-based forms. With the annual maintenance agreement established, we continue this review process throughout the school year to include any SELPA minor revisions for an existing online form/template (completed within 24 hours) done free of charge. Our review process timeline is included in the first step above (10 - 15 forms = 10 business days.)
The third step is ongoing.....providing you and your teachers quick and efficient replies to their respective e-mail inquiries regarding any downloading and/or filling difficulties they may encounter with their templates. Sometimes, this has entailed a phone call and even workshops for some Districts/SELPAs.