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Documentation and Service Delivery for the 2020-2021 School Year: Considerations for the School-Based SLP! - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacey Glasgow
30:21
No need to raise your hands. Please enter your questions in Q&A. Thank you!
Sheryl Stiemann
30:26
Are we all automatically on mute??
Stacey Glasgow
30:42
Yes, the audience is muted.
Teri Elrand
39:26
Where are the links?
Stacey Glasgow
40:18
Links were just posted in the Q&A
Stacey Glasgow
42:15
ASHA has the following resources that address telepractice laws and guidance in states:• State-by-State Tracking of Laws and Regulations for Telepractice and Licensure Policy [PDF]• State-by-State Tracking of Laws and Regulations for School-Based Telepractice [PDF]
Stacey Glasgow
44:33
LEGAL ISSUEShttps://www.asha.org/uploadedFiles/State-Telepractice-Policy-COVID-Tracking.pdfhttps://www.asha.org/uploadedFiles/State-Laws-and-Regulations-for-School-Based-Telepractice.pdfhttp://seacdc.org/resources.htmlhttps://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/special-topics/emergency-preparedness/notification-enforcement-discretion-telehealth/index.htmlhttps://studentprivacy.ed.gov/sites/default/files/resource_document/file/FERPAandVirtualLearning.pdfhttps://studentprivacy.ed.gov/resources/letter-mamashttps://studentprivacy.ed.gov/sites/default/files/resource_document/file/FERPA%20%20Virtual%20Learning%20032020_FINAL.pdfCDC Guidance on Return to School https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/prepare-safe-return.htmlhttps://www.asha.org/Practice/Telepractice-Services-and-Coronavirus/https://www.asha.org/Practice/Considerations-for-Group-Speech-Language-Pathology-Treatment-in-Telepractice/http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/health_medical/covid-19/guidance_on_recover
Puja Goel
45:13
Somebody asked a question on Teletx sitting in a different state from where student is … general rule of thumb, you must be licensed in BOTH states. State where you sit and provide teletx and also where student is located. BOTH states.
Lynn Graves
45:49
Can you provide a copy of that letter
Stacey Glasgow
52:09
http://seacdc.org/resources.html
Stacey Glasgow
53:44
SLAM cards for narrative intervention using telepractice https://www.leadersproject.org/?s=telepractice
Stacey Glasgow
54:07
BOOM Cards https://wow.boomlearning.com/
Stacey Glasgow
54:44
California Dept of Ed distance learning resources and links https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/cr/dl/lessonsfrfld.asp
Laura Epstein
59:23
You’re doing great, Emily!
Puja Goel
01:00:28
Charlette said "broken record" Charlette you are FABULOUS. Should out to CHAR :) :) :)
Puja Goel
01:02:28
Thank you EMILY for acknowledging me. You are soooo sweet :) You are doing a wonderful job moderating …
Stacey Glasgow
01:04:41
Co-teaching in remote learning - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJodQjY8A18
Cori Regan
01:05:10
What are your thoughts of virtual “push in”?
Teri Elrand
01:07:15
Those of you using Google Meet, try MS Teams!!! So many issues!
Stacey Glasgow
01:13:07
You can view telepractice requirements by state at https://www.asha.org/uploadedFiles/State-Telepractice-Policy-COVID-Tracking.pdf
Stacey Glasgow
01:15:46
https://www.asha.org/SLP/clinical/Considerations-for-Speech-Language-and-Cognitive-Assessment-via-Telepractice/
Stacey Glasgow
01:19:38
SLPs must state modifications made to test materials, administration procedures, or other aspects of an assessment in the interpretation and documentation of the assessment. This may include skills observed by the clinician versus skills reported by others, use of an interpreter/translator, any behaviors that may have impacted performance and interpretation of results, and recommendations for reassessment.
Emily Diehm
01:20:22
I found this oldie but goodie article earlier this week on Dynamic Assessment - Austin (2010) -- lots of great examples of dynamic assessment procedures - https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/sbi11.3.80
Stacey Glasgow
01:20:46
Dynamic assessment and video examples from leaders project https://www.leadersproject.org/2012/11/26/applying-dynamic-assessment/SLAM cards for narrative intervention using telepractice https://www.leadersproject.org/?s=telepractice
Stacey Glasgow
01:21:07
CUBED Narrative Language Measures (Dynamic assessments for narratives, as well as for word-level reading, comprehension) https://www.languagedynamicsgroup.com/products/cubed/cubed-nlm/
Stacey Glasgow
01:22:36
http://seacdc.org/resources.html
Stacey Glasgow
01:22:55
ICS intelligiblity form link https://www.csu.edu.au/research/multilingual-speech/ics
Puja Goel
01:23:56
Q Global is free still for assessment virtually
Puja Goel
01:24:36
Q Global offers an array of various assessment batteries
Michelle Cedillo
01:24:59
Q global ended in August
Puja Goel
01:25:35
ok we were able to get it free so perhaps its now no longer free but still a viable option.
Stacey Glasgow
01:28:31
https://www.asha.org/SLP/schools/Questions-for-School-Decision-Makers-from-SLPs/
Stacey Glasgow
01:29:07
https://www.asha.org/SLP/schools/School-Based-SLP-Resources-for-Physical-and-Virtual-Reopening/
Puja Goel
01:29:41
musical chairs … very interesting Emily.
Jaspreet Kaur Pritam Singh
01:32:24
The verbiage "social distancing" should be modified to "physical distancing" as the terminology affects the outcome and psychology...just a thought since we work with individuals that often have other accompanying medical/psychological conditions
Marie Ireland
01:34:15
The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities and Children’s Specialized Hospital have developed a series of resources to help children understand and feel comfortable wearing face masks. The series includes:A Parent’s Guide: Helping Your Child Wear a Face Mask - (English) (Spanish)Help Your Child Feel Good about Using and Seeing Others Wearing Face Masks - (English) (Spanish)I Can Stay Healthy by Wearing a Face Mask - (English) (Spanish) Main site is: https://rwjms.rutgers.edu/boggscenter/Links/documents/ParentGuide-HelpingYourChildWearaFaceMask-F.pdfVCU-ACE has created a video to help individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder understand how to wear different types of masks. The Wearing a Mask video includes clips for video modeling and tips for wearing masks at the end. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugjxzDBtiWU&t=47s
Stacey Glasgow
01:34:25
Spiffy Speech posted a bunch of SSD resources for telepractice and in-person with masks https://www.spiffyspeech.com/post/tips-videos-for-modeling-speech-sounds
Puja Goel
01:34:46
Agreed Jaspreet. Extremely dehumanizing. We are in the business of servicing and being safe. To say to socially distance is almost inappropriate especially since social adverse impact is an eligibility determination factor when looking at triangulated data!
Marie Ireland
01:36:56
More on masks, explaining COVID and much more from the Boggs Center: https://rwjms.rutgers.edu/boggscenter/links/COVID-19Resources.html
Marie Ireland
01:38:28
Another great site shared by Julie Jones-Black - thanks Julie! https://www.autismlittlelearners.com/2020/07/covid-19-related-stories-for-schools.html
Puja Goel
01:43:40
Excellent idea Char :) Engineering home environment is something I have seen parents' appreciate lately :)
Sara
01:44:57
When looking at documentation for program placement and environmental codes --- are districts going to get 'dinged' for higher percentages of kids being seen in pull-out settings during this time? We have been told to do almost exclusively pull-out for those students who are in-person to try and decrease cross contamination/germ sharing between classroom cohorts. Maybe this is only a WI state thing? idk
Marie Ireland
01:45:12
Social Emotional Learning Resources include Casel Cares Webinars for adults and children (free) https://casel.org/weekly-webinars/ and Kimochis resources to work with children on feelings and behaviors https://www.kimochisway.com/resources-access/
Stacey Glasgow
01:45:34
https://talkingpts.org/
Stacey Glasgow
01:45:57
www.Remind.com
Puja Goel
01:46:03
I have used Google Voice
Stacey Glasgow
01:46:14
https://www.classdojo.com/
Stacey Glasgow
01:46:26
https://www.bloomz.net/
Puja Goel
01:46:27
which works b/c I do not 2 cell phones. Google Voice is excellent …
Michelle Cedillo
01:46:52
Google voice and Remind.com lets you print out the conversation history.
Stacey Glasgow
01:50:47
Data tracking specific to SLPs https://apps.apple.com/us/app/percentally-pro-2/id1037705087yes/no with percentages: https://codinglab.huostravelblog.com/other/yes-no-counter/index.php
Puja Goel
01:51:16
OSEPS has been understanding too Char :) :) :) LOL!
Stacey Glasgow
01:54:16
School SLPs are the best!!! If you need assistance, please feel free to reach out to ASHA's School Services Team at schools@asha.org
Shelley Tarleton
01:54:53
Thank you!
Urbano Rios
01:54:56
Thanks to all the panelist for this great information.
Barbara King
01:55:20
Thank you to all of the panelists. The presentation was extremely helpful, and the links to resources are fabulous!!
Allison Randel
01:55:21
This was so beneficial. Thank you!
Madison Schaffer
01:55:35
Thank you so much!
Laura Epstein
01:55:38
Thank you so much! This was so helpful!
Michelle McCormick
01:55:41
Thank you !
Lesley Fette
01:55:44
Thanks for your insights, expertise and time!
Jenni Cheek
01:55:45
Thank you panelists! Great, concise information and moral support! Much appreciated!
Puja Goel
01:55:49
Phenomenal session to all … Thank you for providing us the tools to continue to THRIVE :)
Jaspreet Kaur Pritam Singh
01:55:54
Thank you ALL!!!!
Stacey Glasgow
01:56:15
https://www.asha.org/slp/schools/workload-calculator/
Diane Conboy
01:56:21
Thank you all!
Gloria Polk
01:56:44
Thank you for taking the time to share this information with us. Great job. Very informative. Excellent resources
Dessie Wakefield
01:56:49
Thank you all for a very great webinar!
Linda Weeks
01:56:53
Thanks so much for your time and wealth of information! Have a great evening!
Mary Judkins
01:57:13
Thank You!
Stacey Glasgow
01:57:16
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