An exciting model combining the expertise of Teachers, Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapists to support the needs of students in the ever crowded curriculum.
What are the benefits?
For those schools choosing to employ both a Speech Pathologist and an Occupational Therapist, a new exciting collaborative model has emerged. Within this model, demonstration lessons are co run by both therapists, with activities integrating both Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy goals and techniques. This is a powerful program, saving time by demonstrating how skills are not taught in isolation, but can be easily integrated into an enriching classroom task.
Why choose this option?
- Multidisciplinary demonstration lessons
- Multidisciplinary staff workshops/training
- Collaborative planning
- Multidisciplinary activities for reading group or L3 stations
- Holistic assessment, case meetings, reporting and intervention
For more information on multidisciplinary support, please contact Sue Wilks on 0410 504 030 or by email at [email protected]