This course provides Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Physiotherapists with evidence-based information and tools to support the implementation of a needs-based, tiered model of school-based rehabilitation services.
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It can be challenging to deliver rehabilitation services that meet the needs of children, families, and educators. The Integrated Rehabilitation Service Model looks to solve some of those challenges.
These guidelines act as a foundation for supporting local planning, implementation, and program delivery of Integrated Rehabilitation for all involved in serving children and youth with SLP, OT, and PT service needs.
Is adopting a workload approach a more effective way to deliver services of OTs, PTs, and SLPs and improve student outcomes? This document explores the workload approach.
A summary of guiding principles, vision, goals and objectives from the Program Guidelines for the Integrated Delivery of Rehabilitation Services.
A listing of additional references for more information.
Learning for All: a guide to effective assessment and instruction for all students, kindergarten to grade 12.
The Ministry of Children and Youth Services website's brief summary of the Special Needs Strategy in Ontario.
Tips to help you get started on implementing Integrated Rehabilitation Services within the school environment.
A short list of acronyms and their meanings to help you when you are getting started in the school.
A brief, informative video about the basics of Universal Design for Learning.
A handy reference for the UDL guidelines.
This brochure is intended to support all educators who are new to DI and those who are refining their DI skills.
A toolkit designed to help educators see how they can implement UDL in the classroom that will benefit all the children in their class as best as possible.
A tool that provides examples of activities adapted for children and youth with disabilities ie., physical, visual, hearing impaired.
Sometimes it is assumed that “Universal Design for Learning” is a concept that applies exclusively to the field of special education...
A handy reference of factors to consider to determine if more intensive services are needed for a child.
A copy of the dynamic assessment that was used in the modules for you to print out and follow along.
A summary of the five models of service delivery discussed in module 5 with description and examples.
A blank action plan to complete to help you to prepare to implement Integrated Rehabilitation Services.
The Action Plan used in Module 6 with an example filled in to help guide you on filling it out.
This program is designed to increase your knowledge about DCD and to increase your confidence in supporting a child's development and participation.
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