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  1. OSEP Disclaimer 2018 OSEP Project Directors’ Conference DISCLAIMER: The contents of this presentation were developed by the presenters for the 2018 Project Directors’ Conference. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. (Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1221e-3 and 3474)

  2. Bridging the Gap: Interdisciplinary Preparation and Interprofessional Practice Sandra Schefkind, AOTA Lisa Rai Mabry-Price, ASHA Susan Karr, ASHA Stacy Skalski, NASP

  3. Interprofessional Practice : The Human Side • “It is like marriage vs. dating. The relationships are stronger and deeper so they are more lasting, more sustainable. People work harder to stay together and to be happy and satisfied with the work. If this is what you are looking for, this is the approach to use”. • Stacy Skalski, Director of Professional Practice, National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) discussing work across potential partners when multiple providers have a role in achieving outcomes( 06-28-18).

  4. Interprofessional Practice : The Technical Side • “IPP teams share their knowledge and expertise to create outcomes that are greater than the sum of the individual members”. • American Speech - Language - Hearing Association ( ASHA) • IPP collaboration consists of an interdisciplinary, non-hierarchical team that: • •Provides a seamless continuum of decision-making and patient-centered care and support • •Based on a specific set of core values and ethics that include the goals of treating the whole person • •Permits each practitioner and the patient to contribute their particular knowledge and skills within the context of a shared, synergistically charged plan of care • American Occupational Therapy Association ( AOTA)

  5. Adaptations and a Call to Action“It is no longer enough for health care workers to be professional. In the current global climate, they must be interprofessional”. World Health Organization ( WHO, 2010) From To An early childhood and school-based model Interprofessional practice in the field • A medical/healthcare model • Interdisciplinary education at the university

  6. Our Role in Education IDEA Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP) ESSA • Related Service Providers • Think about the terminology used to describe our roles in education... • In ways has IPP always been embedded in our roles? • In what ways does it need to be more prominent?

  7. Organizational Efforts • American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) • American Speech-Hearing-Language Association ( ASHA) • National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) • National Association of Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (NASISP)

  8. An interprofessional set of researchers and practitioners developed these themes when constructing a set of webinars on the topic for the National Center for Systemic Improvement (NCSI). Activity 1: To what extent is this issue important in your project?. At your table, choose one of the themes. What related work should be shared or explored across 325K investments? • Establishing definitions, vocabulary and standards of practice that are clear for all IFSP/IEP team members. • Sharing practice stories that honor practitioner/family. • Dialogue around the 'cost saving' viewpoint of an IPP approach. • Exploring the adaptive (human) set of skills needed in addition to professional practice...or as an aspect of professional practice. • Promoting the knowledge/the skills/the competencies that we would expect from professionals who have completed interdisciplinary personnel prep programs or personnel who are practicing across professions • Developing professional development related to teaming skills as IFSP/IEP members. • Connecting to outcomes and especially the OSEP Child and Family outcomes and how/if those are being used to measure the effectiveness of the different teaming approaches.

  9. At the annual meeting of the National Coordinating Committee for School Health and Safety ( NCCSHS), multiple disciplines must be able to express how their work contributes to ‘big issues’. • Activity 2 • The 2018 NCCSHS meeting focused on the impact of poverty on children, families and schools. If you were invited to this meeting, how would you express the contribution that your work makes to this issue? • What would you be looking to learn at this IPP focused meeting? • What would you be looking to share at this IPP focused meeting? • What kind of connections would you be looking to make?

  10. Building a Collaborative and Interprofessional Pipeline • Connecting the 325K grantees with the work of professional associations • Creating communication and learning loops between OSEP, grantees and organizations • Learn what each other knows and needs to know • Share agendas • Surface challenges • Suggest promising approaches • Convene in person and online

  11. Next Steps For organizations • Join the OSEP Collaboration space for 325k grants • Post information from each organization and from NASISP • Join the discussions • Start some discussions For OSEP • Keep us connected For grantees • What has value?

  12. OSEP Disclaimer 2018 OSEP Project Directors’ Conference DISCLAIMER: The contents of this presentation were developed by the presenters for the 2018 Project Directors’ Conference. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. (Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1221e-3 and 3474)