Fall Speechtacular (FULL DAY)
The Communication Severity Scales (CSS)
These are guidelines for the IEP team to consider in determining the type, frequency, duration, and location of speech/language services. The CSS is addresses issues related to individualize therapy recommendations, LRE, and consistency in identification of students with significant speech/language disability. Included in the newest version are ELL resources and complex communication needs for students using alternate forms of communication and an Informal Pragmatic/Social Language Assessment.
- Explain the legal requirements and parameters for providing LSH services to students with disabilities in public schools.
- Use the guidelines of the CSS to make needs based recommendations for service delivery.
Writing Meaningful and Compliant IEPs for the SLP
The IEP is a cornerstone of educational access to grade-level instruction for every child with a disability. Beyond surface level compliance in completing components of an IEP, this workshop focuses on IEP content specific to the Speech-Language Pathologist when case managing SLI students. Furthermore, recent case law has attempted to redefine “educational benefit” which creates a need to gain a better understanding of how an IEP is tied to educational access for each student with a disability. This workshop will allow the SLP to ask questions related to the SLI student population, including: private school students, consultation services, behaviors impeding learning, goals aligned with CCSS, present levels of performance, testing accommodations, and writing services.
- Gain a deeper understanding of FAPE
- Consider IEP Content and its relationship to FAPE and educational benefit
- Review/Practice educational benefit analysis.
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There will be no refunds; however, substitutions are welcome.
|When||Wednesday, August 23, 2017
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
SCOE, Oak Rooms D-E
|Presenter||Jessica Lickey, SLP - Windsor; John Fischer, SELPA Program Specialist; Jennifer Rasore, SLP - Windsor; Andrea Wells, SELPA Program Specialist|
|Audience||Speech-Language Pathologists and Administrators working in an educational setting.|
|Registration||Norma Leiva-Fernandez, (707) 524-2756, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Questions||Andrea Wells, 2097704156, email@example.com|