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The roles and responsibilities of SLPs, OTs, PTs, educators, and administrators have changed greatly over the last several decades. Evolution will continue as our understanding of the needs of children with disabilities expands; as the impact of impairments on learning performance is more clearly defined; and as methods for delivering intervention services improve. While school-based SLPs, OTs, PTs, and BCBAs still function as specialists, we can no longer implement our programs in isolation from the rest of the education system. Our intervention services must be effective and an integral part of the total educational program for students with disabilities. This webinar discussion brings a fresh approach to thinking about school-based intervention services. Ten critical signs (characteristics) of quality and effective service delivery programs are defined and briefly discussed. Participants are invited to consider each characteristic from the perspective of their own discipline, role, school organization, population, goals, and service delivery program. Join us and take your first step by forming an action plan for analyzing and strengthening your own program.
Participants will be able to:
-Define 10 characteristics of effective, school-based intervention services.
-Identify the strength of those characteristics in their own program.
-Create an action plan for building a quality program.
ASHA CEU Offered?: Yes
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Advancing the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology through education, advocacy, leadership, and collaboration to promote quality services for individuals and communities.