Best Practice in Service Provision for School-Based OTs
Overwhelmed by the size of your caseload? Unsure how to best meet the needs of students you serve? Confused by laws that guide service provision and how they fit in with your district’s system and policies?
You are NOT alone! Join us for this innovative and resource-rich course that will enable you to make decisions to guide your practice in everything from conducting effective teacher in-service training to evidence-based collaborative services. Your course materials include many forms and resources that will make your job easier immediately.
- Identify skill deficits best addressed by each of the following methods of service delivery: school-wide initiatives, teacher training, Tier 2 intervention, consultation, push-in/collaborative (group and one-on-one) services, pull-out (group and one-on-one services).
- Collaborate with therapists from across the nation on overcoming obstacles in providing best practice.
- Delineate laws that guide service provision and communicate them effectively with intervention teams.
- Discuss the use of IEPs and goal-writing to support and effectively communicate service delivery methods selected.
- Access resources and forms to support best practice in service provision.
Target Audience: intermediate level school-based OTs
Learning Assessment: Objective post-test
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Certificates Immediately Available!
This course is approved for 0.6 AOTA CEUs or six contact hours under this Classification Code: Category 2, OT Therapy Process: Intervention.
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