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Multidisciplinary

Multidisciplinary programs address therapeutic needs for individuals of all ages. In homes, communities, schools, online, and clinics, multidisciplinary treatments may address a combination of language, learning, developmental, motor, behavioral, and/or emotional challenges, among others.
13 articles available under Multidisciplinary
» Heath Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Training explores facets of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. Topics include understanding HIPPA, notice of privacy practices, safeguards, understanding uses and disclosures, client’s rights, and confidentiality/sanctions. Training explains the appropriate procedures necessary to be in compliance with HIPPA policies. Training emphasizes participants to be knowledgeable about protected health information protocols to ensure client confidentiality.   Read more...
» Child Abuse and Incident/Accident Reporting
Training provides an overview about child abuse and how to report potential cases of child abuse. Topics include categories of abuse, types of maltreatment, and protocol for reporting child abuse.   Read more...
» Customer Service and Professionalism
Training outlines the behavior necessary for a positive client-provider relationship. Topics include customer relations, confidentiality, and professionalism.   Read more...
» Multidisciplinary Approach
Training focuses on an approach drawing from multiple disciplines to best suit the needs of the client. Training includes implementation procedures, examples, and advice for the process. Training explains the benefits of having a multidisciplinary approach, such as increased collaboration, on-going opportunities for dialogue, and mentoring. The presentation includes a video and discussion to ensure participants have a clear understanding of the approach.   Read more...
» Behavior Management
Training provides an overview of behavior management, including practices & approaches, tools, reinforcements, and guidelines for verbal praise. It explains guidelines for ethical behavior management and case studies to practice the information reviewed.   Read more...
» Children with Special Needs: When to Refer, Where to Refer, and What to do Next
Session objectives include developmental milestones for behavior development, speech and language, physical and occupational therapy, documentation of the child, where to refer the child to, and how to tell the parents. Documentation of the child would include notes about the child, information about typical development, and a list of contact persons to call for early intervention evaluations.   Read more...
» Telepractice Provider
Training is an overview of what telepractice is and the guidelines professionals follow and comply to; they include administrative, clinical, and technical guidelines. In addition, the training goes over some examples of evidence-based research done, the benefits of telepractice, its limitations, and the online services it offers for students in the following areas: speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, behavioral support, school counseling, physical therapy, and resource specialist services.   Read more...
» Glossary of Terms/Acronyms
A list of terms along with their definitions. The terms defined in the presentation include disorders.   Read more...
» Surrogate Parents
Training provides an overview of what a surrogate parent is and possible scenarios when a surrogate parent is needed.   Read more...
» Clinical Services All Team Training
A presentation from a March 2012 all team meeting regarding company updates and trainings-two pertaining to reporting child abuse, and developmental milestones. The PowerPoint includes medical definitions and developmental milestone case studies.   Read more...
» Sensory Motor Development in Children From Birth - 5 Years Old: Almansor Early Education Training
Training revolves around the motor development of children. The presentation serves as a guideline for parents and teachers in identifying early signs of developmental delays. Training begins with basic concepts of motor development. The presentation covers the developments that take place for a child from infancy to six years of age.   Read more...
» Talking While Chewing Gum - A Training on Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy
Presentation covers speech and language therapy and occupational therapy, with the title referring to developing motor skills. The training explains the role of occupational and speech and language therapy, how to know when one needs them, and what it helps with. Speech and occupational therapy are discussed in this presentation as they both play a role in developmental milestones when a child is developing speech and motor coordination.   Read more...
» Developmental Milestones
An overview of developmental stages between 16-32 months of age is included in this training or the early intervention developmental profile, in order to identify if a child is in need of early intervention services should parents notice any developmental delays. Presentation explains how the study and analysis of developmental milestones in children ranges across the disciplines: occupational, speech, and physical therapy, and behavior intervention, as these help with the progression of speech and language development, fine and gross motor skills, and behavior development. Training includes examples of referrals for early intervention services.   Read more...