Notes 9-16-15 RP & SE 300
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Date Created: 09/18/15
Rehab Psych and Special Education 300 Notes Week 2 1 Types of Related Service 0 Physical Therapy lOccupational therapy Audiology lNutrition 0 Transportation lMedical Speech and language lSocial work 0 Psychology lVocational education 0 Recreational therapy lRehabilitation counseling 0 Orientation and mobility lParent counseling Interpreting services lSchool nurse services 2 Service Delivery Teams There are two types of service delivery teams Multidisciplinary Teams Mandated by PL94142 and IDEA Formed of professionals across various disciplines that independently conduct their own evaluations These teams are not as inclusive as others Interdisciplinary Teams Evolved from the fragment approach of the multidisciplinary teams Team members conduct evaluations separately Famiies can meet with the entire team or an individual rep 3 Six Principles od Special Education Legislation 1 Free appropriate public education FAPE All students regardless of intellectual ability cannot be excluded or rejected from the public education system 2 Least Restrictive Environment LRE Students are included in their highest possible environment with classmates who do not have disabilities 3 Individualized Education Program IEP An educational plan that helps meet the needs of children with disabilities 4 Procedural Due Process Con dentiality of records parents rights to legal counseling and access right to an independent evaluation 5 Nondiscriminatory Assessment A child has to be evaluated by a multidisciplinary team in every area where they may have a disability Tests must not be racially culturally or linguistically biased 6 Parental Participation Parents are equal partners and allowed to participate in the decision making process for their kid s education 4 Key Issues About Exceptionality Across the Life Span Infants Toddlers and Preschoolers with special needs ndividuaized Family Service Plan IFSP Early intervention between birth and age 2 Early childhood special education between age 3 and 5 Adolescents and Young Adults with special needs Transition and transition services ndividuaized Transition Plan ITP Transition challenges and concerns 5 PL99457 Education of the Handicapped Act Amendment of 1986 o This act affected education and services for young children with special needs and their families Preschooers age 35 Children from birth to age 2 ndividuaized family service plan 6 IDEA Act Amendments of 1997 o PL10517 Related services expanded to include orientation and mobility services Mediation procedures developed Expanded category of developmental delay 0 Evaluation and reevaluation requirements changed and federal funding increased findividuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 required highquali ed special education teachers 7 Key Civil Rights Legislation 0 Section 504 Covers the entire lifespan not just the school years No individual can be excluded solely based on his or her disability ndividuas can participate in any program or activity receiving federal funding Schoos may be required to develop plans to meet the needs of students who require accommodations 8 Americans With Disabilities Act ADA Designed to eliminate discrimination against people with disabilities in the public and private sectors Expanded de nitions of eligibility may include people with AIDS substance abuse issues or any impairment that limits a major life activity Employers mass transit systems and companies who provide products and services must make reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities
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