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Last post 08-18-2017, 7:27 AM by Adam Milne. 4 replies.
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    Working with Third Party Services in the Schools

    Share your thoughts about our latest Clinicians in the Classroom feature in which David Perrodin, MSE, MS, CCC-SLP, discusses working with third party services in the schools. The article is available online in two parts. Part 1. Part 2.

    Perrodin writes:

    In public education everyone wants to feel they have contributed. The educational plan for a child with a disability is often a group project involving teachers and school specialists, parents and outside providers. Everyone is either assigned a section or allowed to cut their own slice, with all sections amalgamated at the end. Nevertheless, don't confuse collaboration and compromise. Collaboration with outside agencies needs to be managed with effective leadership, shared principles, common goals, policies, regulations and rules. It's not about throwing all the balls in the air and accepting where they fall.

    School-based clinicinas, what are your thoughts on the points in Perrodin's article? What are some of the ways you work to address the issues he raises in your district?


    Alyssa Banotai
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    ADVANCE for Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists
  •  02-18-2011, 11:13 AM

    Re: Working with Third Party Services in the Schools

    I wonder how this applies to students who live in a residential setting.  I work with several individuals who have behavior plans and/ or safety devices that should be used consistently in all settings.  The school often refuses to put these items on the IEP.  In this case, the "professionals" are also the "guardians" (not in the legal sense, but we are ultimately responsible for the safety or our residents).  In theory, we should have input much like a parent, but we find that our recommendations are often not taken seriously.  The problem is, when someone gets hurt, and our protocols haven't been followed, we are still liable.  Anyone from a school setting have any thoughts?
  •  09-26-2016, 9:55 PM

    Re: Working with Third Party Services in the Schools

    i think its alright to work with third party for the schools. Since school focus on education, others third party such as medical treatment or restaurant is nice.
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  •  08-12-2017, 6:24 AM

    Re: Working with Third Party Services in the Schools

    Wow it is a great thing you are doing.I really appreciate you.It makes everyone feels like they are contributing and make themselves proud for doing this
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  •  08-18-2017, 7:27 AM

    Re: Working with Third Party Services in the Schools

    Its good to working with third party services in school. From this step school management can easily manage all the administrative and academic issues by division of work. 
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