Home Health Services Series (Family Centered) Part III - Parents & Professionals: Partners in Co-Service Coordination
20 min. Presents a model of service coordination for families with an infant or toddler with special needs. The model is CO-SERVICE COORDINATION where parents and professionals work together as partners to find, access, arrange and monitor services that the families need. Highlights the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Part H requirements for service coordination. The model is based on the premise that parents know their child’s strengths, needs, likes and dislikes; how the child learns and what works best for their family. Video #880. Four-tape series with Training Guides. This video series was designed for home health staff and other personnel working with young children with special health needs. The series addresses issues in the areas of developmental needs, family concerns, and care coordination. Each video includes strategies for home health personnel and others working with families who have children with special health needs. Individual guides for each video include program objectives, a synopsis of the video content, supplementary information, related objectives, and references. Closed Captioned. Produced by Judith L. Pokorni of the Georgetown University Child Development Center.
$ 20.00 (3-week rental)