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•Outpatient-hospital or private practice
•Early Intervention Program
•Educational-School Based Programs
•PICU I and II
•Medical Floor
•Ortho Floor
•Services provided
–in the “___”
–Home, daycare, church, caregivers
•Family centered-family focused
•Goals: maximize child’s potential to be independent in the home environment. Goals are driven by the ___
natural environment

Education for All Handicapped Children Act

•Enacted by the United States Congress in 1975
•Public Law (PL) 94-142)
•Required all public schools accepting federal funds to provide equal access to education for children with physical and mental disabilities. Public schools were required to evaluate handicapped students and create an educational plan with parent input that would be comparable to the educational experience of non-disabled students.
•Individuals with Disabilities Education Act in 1990
Early Intervention
–Individuals with Disability Educational Act
–A law ensuring services to children with disabilities throughout the nation. IDEA governs how states and public agencies provide services.
–Part C->ages birth-3 years of age(up to 3rd B-day)

•Infants and toddlers with disabilities (birth-2) and their families receive early intervention services under IDEA ___.
part C
Early Intervention
•IFSP Individual Family Service Plan
•Federal and State funds
•Centers, Preschools, Out patient clinics, Home
•Family decides (with input from team) which services are needed, where they will receive services, who will deliver services, and frequency
•Mandated but each district /county determines implementation
Educational-School Based Programs
•Individuals with Disability Educational Act
•Part B ->ages ___ years of age
•Children and youth (3-21) receive special education and related services under IDEA Part ___
3-21 years

Part B
Educational-School Based Programs
•Comprehensive assessment
–Interdisciplinary-each discipline does their own evaluation
–Multidisciplinary-team approach
•IEP-Individual Educational Plan
•Services and resources are coordinated by experts for the child and family
•Services provided must be “educational relevant”

•Private Practice
•Adaptive Sports
–Soccer, basketball, dance, T-ball, baseball, swimming, martial arts, gymnastics, yoga, special Olympics
•In Gainesville this is run by Endeavor Sports in collaboration with Boys and Girls Club
Endeavor Adapted & Inclusive Recreation
Noah's Endeavor, Inc.: Inclusive Community Recreation