Everything you need to know about school-based therapy for the therapist new to a school-based setting.
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This course is part of Therapies in the School Online Conference 6
Learn the necessities of school-based practice including tips for success, collecting data, writing an effective IEP and formulating clear goals to most effectively help your students thrive. The differences between IEPs, 504 plans, and Non-classified/RTI/AIS students will be made clear. Emphasis will be on ways to educate members of the team on related services and how to effectively work with parents to ensure that your year runs smoothly.
- Identify the differences between medical models and school-based models of therapy delivery
- Understand and explain the purpose and execution of Individualized Education Plans and Section 504B Plans
- Identify screening and evaluation procedures to assess school function
Nicole Barmen, more affectionately known by her students as Ms. B. is an occupational therapist with 18 years experience in a school-based pediatric setting. She came from a small town in upstate NY and didn’t even know what occupational therapy was in high school. Nicole entered college with interests in careers at opposite ends of the spectrum: Advertising and OT. After a month into the course, Intro to Occupational Therapy, she was hooked and never looked back. Nicole is a graduate of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Nicole has worked in inner city, suburban, and rural school districts. Through contract agencies, she has also worked in a variety of settings, including nursing homes, Day Habs, Home Health, Article 28 sites, preschool, and Early Intervention. She is currently working in a large Suburban school district in both the public and private school setting, as well as working with preschoolers after school. Nicole has two daughters that keep her hopping and enjoys the outdoors and has been attempting to learn to knit in her very limited down time. She hopes to someday write children's books incorporating therapy and children with developmental needs.
Financial Disclosures: Nicole Barmen receives an honorarium from Education Resources.
Non-Financial Disclosures: Nicole Barmen has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Kathryn R. Biel, PT, DPT is a pediatric physical therapist who attended school at Boston University, and received her doctoral degree from The Sage Colleges. She has worked in a variety of settings, including special education schools, a pediatric residential care facility, Early Intervention, preschool and now in the public school setting, with some brief dabbling in an adult outpatient rehab clinic. When she is not busy treating, writing IEP’s, attending meetings and fixing wheelchairs, Kathryn is the mother to two school-aged children and wife to a very patient husband. She can often be found releasing my stress through dance and writing for her own personal blog, Biel Blather, which can be found at www.kathrynbiel.blogspot.com.
Financial Disclosures: No disclosures
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Continuing Education Hours for disciplines not listed below: 3 Contact Hours (.3 CEUs). Intermediate Level. Participant's License Number _________
This course is offered for up to .3 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).
This course meets the CO PT requirements for 3 Contact Hours (3 points) – Intermediate Level, CAT 1. Application has been made to NJ PT.
Approved by the FL Physical Therapy Association for 3.5 continuing education hours- #CE21-722688. Approved for FL Occupational Therapists for 3.5 continuing education hours - CE Broker # 20-722688.
This activity is provided by the Texas Board of PT Examiners accredited provider #1910017TX for 3 CCUs and meets continuing competence requirements for PTs and PTAs licensure renewal in Texas.
Education Resources is an approved agency by the PT Board of CA for 3 contact hours.
Approved provider by the New York State Board of Physical Therapy for 3.6 contact hours (.36 CEUs)
Approved sponsor by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for Physical Therapy for 3.5 contact hours
Approved by the KY Physical Therapy Association for 3 Contact Hours approval #CS64-2010-KPTA
ASHA CEUs are awarded by the ASHA CE Registry upon receipt of the CEU Participant Form from the ASHA. Approved CE Provider for up to 3 CEU’s.
Education Resources is an AOTA Approved Provider for Live and Distance Learning-Independent Courses - 3 Contact Hours (.3 CEUs)
NBCOT Professional Development for 3.75 PDUs.
The following state boards of physical therapy accept other states’ approval: AK, AR, AZ, DC, DE, GA, HI, ID, IN, KS, MI, MO, MS, NC, OR, PA, RI, SC, UT, VA, VT, WI, WY.
Please visit our website www.educationresourcesinc.com for approval in states not listed
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