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In school settings, these professions could be part of your Interdisciplinary Team

Teachers
Special Ed Teachers
OTs
PTs
STs (Speech Therapists)
Orientation & Mobility Specialist
Audiologist

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2 Roles for OT Pract.

1. Improve child's performance in school
2. Be an advocate for that child

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In 1975, the US Congress passed EHA - what does it stand for? And what does it require schools to provide?

Education of the Handicapped Act
free appropriate public ed for children b/t 5-21

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What was the revision in 1986?

free appropriate public ed to children starting at 3 years old

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What is LRE?

least restrictive environment

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Parents have a right to due process under the EHA. What is due process in this case?

voluntary mediation & impartial hearings to resolve differences with the school

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There are certain services that need to be provided under EHA - what do they include?

Transportation
PT
OT
ST
Assistive Tech svcs
psych. svcs
school hlth svcs
social work svcs
parent counseling and training

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IEP

Individualized Education Plan

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Rehab Act (Section 504) - 1973 - in a nutshell

Any school rcving federal aid may not discriminate against people with disabilities

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ADA - 1990 - in a nutshell

Prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, accessibility and telecommunications.

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Public Law 99-457 - 1986 - in a nutshell

Early intervention between birth to age 3

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EHA was renamed in 1990 - to what?

IDEA - Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

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As of 1997, IDEA changed to what?

IDEA - R

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How did the role of OT change under IDEA-R?

We are to assist children with spec. needs so that they can participate in ed svcs

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No Child Left Behind Act - NCLB - in a nutshell

trainwreck - originally was passed to improve teaching standards and student's learning results

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Rights of Parents and Children summarized

notify parents of all proposed actions
obtain consent to eval.
allow parents to attend IEP meetings
right to Independent Eval
right to appeal school decisions

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Who determines a child's need for svcs?

IEP team

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Who would typically get referred to an OT practitioner in a school setting?

children with fine motor delays

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After a referral is made, ______ can be initiated

evaluation

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Once all evals are completed, the IEP team determines the student's eligibility for svcs. What is this based on?

exceptional educational need - basically does this disability interfere with their ability to be successful in the classroom?

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Tips 4 working w/parents...

just be professional...and listen...be positive, etc

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Tips 4 working w/teachers

just be professional...and listen...be positive...be on time, etc

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Tips 4 providing intervention in the classroom

Do not disrupt the classroom, etc - I feel like it's mostly common sense. Feel free to fill in if you disagree.

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T/F - the COTA is legally responsible for all aspects of the OT process.

F - The OTR is

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T/F - the COTA is responsible for providing svcs w/in their level of competence.

T

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We must establish _______ and ______ goals and objectives

meaningful and measurable

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OT svcs can be delivered through _____ service, _____, or ________.

direct, monitoring, or consultation

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With this type of svc, the OT pract works w/ the student so that he or she can acquire a skill

Direct Service

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This type of svc creates programs for the child that the teacher, other staff member, or family can follow

Monitoring Service

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This service is utilized when an OT's expertise is used to help other personnel achieve the child's objectives

Consultation