Write a Review (Integrating Related Services into General Education Instruction and Typical Activities)
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The roles of speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists are very different in inclusive schools. Instead of focusing on remediating students’ deficits, they shift their attention to the supports that students need in the areas of language and communication, movement, and sensory equilibrium. Using the same examples of inclusive lessons presented in the previous webinar (“Translating the Vision for Inclusive Education into the Classroom”) this webinar will illustrate how SLPs and OTs can come in to the classroom and provide supports not only to the student with the IEP, but to all students.
About the Presenter: Dr. Cheryl Jorgensen is an inclusive education consultant in private practice who specializes in student-specific consultation, team professional development, school-wide systems change, policy advocacy, and writing related to students with disabilities. Prior to her independent work, Cheryl was a project director with the UNH Institute on Disability and assistant research professor in UNH’s Education Department for 26 years.
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