Single Classroom Intervention. Building Level Crisis Team. District Level Crisis Team. Neighboring District Assistance. OSPA Crisis Response Team. NASP - NEAT Team. . . . . . School Needs. Deal with the situationRe-establish equilibrium as soon as possibleMedia can become a secondary crisisProtection of children and their privacy .
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3. School Needs
Deal with the situation
Re-establish equilibrium as soon as possible
Media can become a secondary crisis
Protection of children and their privacy
4. Intervention Actions - Needs Physical survival
Expression of feelings
Real world functioning
Establishing altered beliefs
Behavioral and interpersonal adjustment
5. Why Crisis Intervention? Preparation is the best protection.
6. Planning Goals Prepare to identify the signs of problems
What to do when a child/problem is identified?
How resources can be used? To create:
Systems to address troubled students
7. When? NOW Review Current Crisis Plan
Develop and Train School Safety Task Force
Update School Policies
Create a Response Plan
8. Levels of Intervention (Taken from Coping with Crisis, Lessons Learned, Scott Poland, OSPA Fall Conference, November 9, 2001) Primary Intervention (Prevention)
Activities to prevent a crisis from occurring
Secondary Intervention (Intervention)
Activities in the immediate aftermath of a crisis to minimize the effects
Tertiary Interventions (Post-vention)
Long term follow-up: weeks, months or years later
9. Intervention Techniques Bibliotherapy
Memorials, Projects, etc.
Small Group Discussions