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Model of Collaborative Integrated Service Delivery

presented by Jan Hollenbeck

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This course will present a model of collaborative and integrated service delivery designed to align with IDEA, current evidence, and best practice in the school setting. Emphasis is on use of collaborative practices, a focus on student participation, and provision of services in natural school contexts as necessary elements for providing integrated and effective student services.

Meet Your Instructor

Jan Hollenbeck, OTD, OTR

Jan Hollenbeck, OTD, OTR/L is co-owner of PASS – The Partnership for Advancement of School Service-Providers, LLC, providing professional development, consultation, and staff training in areas that inform and empower related service providers, teachers, families, and others to support and facilitate the success of children in educational settings (www.otpartnership.com). Dr. Hollenbeck is a Special Education…

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Chapters & Learning Objectives

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1. Key Concepts

This chapter provides an overview of the role of occupational therapy in public schools.

2. Rationale for Intervening in Context

This chapter provides a rationale for the model of service delivery presented in this course that is based on special education law, supported by evidence, and considered best practice within occupational therapy and other professions.

3. A Collaborative Model of Integrated Service Delivery

A model of service delivery is presented that considers the LRE mandate and collaborative practices to facilitate effective support for students with disabilities in the least disruptive manner possible.

4. Determining Service Delivery

This chapter describes a process for identifying student participation issues as well as for the use of intervention planning to guide service delivery recommendations.

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In this course, four student cases (preschool, elementary, middle and high-school age) are presented to illustrate application of a model of collaborative and integrated service delivery designed to align with IDEA, current evidence and best practice in the school setting. This model provides a continuum of services and is presented together with case examples designed to support the school-based occupational therapist in addressing student participation. Emphasis is on the importance of collaboration and intervention planning to enable effective provision of services in the least restrictive environment.

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