“How do we provide inclusive related services?”

This is one of the more frequent questions we get from schools interested in creating more inclusive service delivery. One of our favorite ways to answer the question is to put folks in touch with the many fabulous related service providers (e.g. speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists) who are doing the daily work, and who are committed to the collaboration it takes to serve all students inclusively.

So today we are excited to share a brand new article we’ve published with our co-author, Dr. Chelsea Tracy-Bronson, Everybody Has the Right to Be Here: Perspectives of Related Service Therapists.  It shares the perspectives, daily collaboration, and creativity of inclusive related service therapists doing the work.

We can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

Kate & Julie

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