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Application of The Model of Collaborative Integrated Service Delivery

presented by Jan Hollenbeck

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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.

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 Administrator responsible for related services, secondary transition services, assistive technology, and Section 504 for a Massachusetts Public School District. She received her BS and OTD degrees in occupational therapy from Tufts University - Boston School of Occupational Therapy and her MS degree from Boston University with a specialty in pediatrics. She is first author of the Guidelines for Provision of Occupational Therapy Services in Massachusetts Public Schools (www.maot.org) and has served on the AOTA Early Intervention and Schools Special Interest Section Committee. Dr. Hollenbeck has lectured extensively on the role of the related service provider in the public schools, including local, state, and national-level conferences and is a regular provider of professional development for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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Chapters & Learning Objectives

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  1. Overview of the Model of Collaborative Integrated Service Delivery

    1. Overview of the Model of Collaborative Integrated Service Delivery

    Review of components and key considerations of the Model of Collaborative Integrated Service Delivery introduced in Part 1.

  2. Jewel

    2. Jewel

    This chapter will apply the model of collaborative integrated service delivery to a preschool student and describe how collaboration and intervention planning promotes individualized service delivery in the least restrictive environment.

  3. Greta

    3. Greta

    This chapter will apply the model of collaborative integrated service delivery to an elementary school student and describe how collaboration and intervention planning promotes individualized service delivery in the least restrictive environment.

  4. Crocker

    4. Crocker

    This chapter will apply the model of collaborative integrated service delivery to a middle school student and describe how collaboration and intervention planning promotes individualized service delivery in the least restrictive environment.

  5. Jackson

    5. Jackson

    This chapter will apply the model of collaborative integrated service delivery to a high school student and describe how collaboration and intervention planning promotes individualized service delivery in the least restrictive environment.