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Welcome to the show notes for Episode 42 of the OT Schoolhouse Podcast.
One aspect of school-based OT that both therapists and administrators alike seem to be reaching for is the development of an effective and organized RTI program. One that allows therapists to have a meaningful difference in the classroom for the students and teachers.
In episode 42, Jayson explains how RTI has moved from being just for teachers to being for service providers as well. He talks about what an ideal RTI system looks like, how he implements RTI, and how to start moving toward an RTI model. Listen in for some excellent tips to get you started!
Plus, don't forget to subscribe to the OTSH Email list below to get your very own copy of the Occupational Profile For School-Based OTs discussed in Episode 41 of the OTSH Podcast!
Links to Show References:
Susan M. Cahill, Beatriz McGuire, Nathaniel D. Krumdick, Michelle M. Lee; National Survey of Occupational Therapy Practitioners’ Involvement in Response to Intervention. Am J Occup Ther 2014;68(6):e234–e240. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2014.010116
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Have any questions or comments about the podcast? Email Jayson at Jayson@otschoolhouse.com