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Multidisciplinary Collaboration Series- Module 1: IEP Team Multidisciplinary Collaboration

Price: $79.00
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LEVEL: Intermediate

CEU: 2 (Type II) Learning BACB CEUs

The role of an IEP team is to ensure that students with special needs are provided with access to quality services they need to achieve best student outcomes. While the objectives are typically clearly defined, success hinges on how well the IEP team members are able and willing to collaborate to achieve desired outcomes. Unfortunately, many IEP meetings end up being contentious and unproductive -- not because team member disagrees with desired outcomes, but because the group was not taught how to successfully collaborate as a team.  

Successful collaboration requires clearly defined roles and responsibilities, particularly in those areas in which there are overlaps in services. It also requires a solid understanding of each other’s educational and professional backgrounds to define realistic expectations. Additionally, it requires strong understanding of relevant laws and regulations, including IDEA and the various professional and ethical guidelines that professionals are required to uphold.

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Identified members of a multidisciplinary IEP team
  • Described the roles of the members of a multidisciplinary team
  • Described the legal requirements according to current statutes and case law (IDEA, 504, FAPE)
  • Described how special education law relates to the BACB’s Professional and Ethical Compliance Code
  • Described the ethical codes relevant to the practice of speech pathology, occupational therapy, and education
  • Described the different types of collaboration models
  • Learned basic Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) strategies to shape desired behavior

WEBINAR DETAILS

Original Date of Broadcast: Thursday, January 31, 2019 (Recorded)
Presenter: Ann Beirne, BCBA
Panelist: Jennifer Rumfola, SLP / BCBA
CEU:  2 (Type II) Learning BACB CEUs
Price: $79

NOTE:

  • Each purchase corresponds to 1 user license/access. Only the user assigned to a subscription will be able to access the training and obtain CEUs from the webinars. Access to the recorded version is valid for 1 month.

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