The success of any therapy session is closely connected to the ability of the clinician to effectively manage students’ engagement and behavior.
Of the many questions that clinicians have asked, the one question that keeps coming up is: How do we serve our students that have limited engagement, complex needs, behavior issues, etc? The answer is that we need a new model of services that truly supports the whole student and their families. Clinicians need this critical information now in order to provide effective therapy services.
CA SLPAHB: 2.0
Kathy has worked for 45 years in the areas of AAC and Complex Communication Needs, primarily in the school setting, collaborating with her husband, an OTR and ATP. She has provided numerous AAC presentations on the national, state and local levels. Kathy is an ASHA SIG 12 (AAC) Coordinating Committee Member. She has served as the Director of OT, PT, SLP, and APE Services for the Educational Service Center of Erie, Huron, & Ottawa Counties and as the Therapy Team Leader for Multi-disciplinary Services in Erie County.
- Describe how a clinician can manage behavior effectively
- List three different ways the parent/helper can support the student’s engagement in therapy
- List three work arounds for limited engagement
This course must be watched in its entirety. In order to receive the CMH or the CEU certificate, a quiz is required to be completed with 80% success.
No relevant financial and non-financial relationships exist.
- 5 minutes – Introductions & Disclosures
- 30 minutes – Behavioral Support Models
- 45 minutes – Supporting Student & Family Needs
- 40 minutes – Addressing Limited Engagement