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Episode #142: Service Delivery For Autistic Learners

As we enter the beginning of the school year, I want to go over my 20 years of experience in the field to discuss service delivery models in a school based setting. Our goal is always to support students in the best way possible, and the best way to do this is through an individualized approach to service delivery. 

Depending on your learners needs, there are a variety of models you can consider. The need for these can depend on goals, age, needs, and the school environment.

  • 1 on 1 in office
  • 1 on 1 in the classroom
  • 2 on 1 in the office or common space
  • Large group/ whole classroom
  • Small structured group
  • Monthly/Quarterly check ins
  • Team Consults 
  • Parent Observation
  • BCBA Consults

The best way to make the biggest difference is to embed communication across the learners day and lifespan. From preschool to high school and beyond, service needs will vary greatly. The only thing that is constant is that EVERY student will need individualization. 

Begin the new school year by building rapport, writing amazing goals, and getting to know everyone on your learners team!

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What’s Inside:

  • Common service delivery models for autistic learners.
  • How to decide the best service delivery model for your student.
  • What combination of service delivery can you use?
  • How to provide services across the lifespan?

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