The pandemic has kept most special education administrators in a state of crisis for over a year, as plans have pivoted from one learning model to another.
In our work with over 80 school districts, we have curated actionable data that reveals how COVID-19 has affected budgets, therapy caseloads, child-find and countless other key metrics. Our analysis of these trends reinforces calls for a proactive approach: one that addresses what early indicators suggest is a “tsunami” of need in students returning to in-person learning.
Please join Pediatric Therapeutic Services for a FREE virtual three part series discussing this data, and designed to help administrators facilitate a smooth return to in-person learning and treatment.
- Post-Pandemic Programming, June 17th from 3-4pm
- As we move forward from the pandemic, much about our schools, our teachers and our students is changed. The academic, social and financial impact have yet to be fully determined. So how do we design our related services programs to account for what was lost and prepare for what is coming? This webinar will identify the trends our BudgetWatchTM system identified using data collected from more than 80 clients and 600+ therapists over the past year. We will help you get ahead of the programmatic and budgetary fallout our system has identified and get the right resources in place to get your students back on track for the fall of 2021.
- Bridging the Gap, Behavioral and Mental Health, July 15th from 3-4pm
- As we brace for the continued educational impact created by this pandemic, PTS discusses how our behavioral and mental health programs are addressing the significant rising needs of students. Our Director of Behavioral Health will review how PTS supports a “Whole Child” approach to education, with placed emphasis on ecological changes to improve school climate and support student success.
- Bridging the Gap with MTSS, July 29th from 3-4pm
- We all know how tiered interventions for reading and math are essential to learning, but did you know that your related services program can (and should) include tiered interventions for OT, PT, Speech, and Behavioral Health needs? Join PTS’ Vice President of Clinical Operations to discuss how our unique approach to delivering therapeutic interventions includes creating capable classrooms, implementing small groups for common drivers of referrals, and how we move students through a continuum to ensure the right students end up on therapy caseloads.
RSVP now to attend “Bridging the Gap for Returning Back,” a virtual three part series designed to help administrators facilitate a smooth return to in-person learning and treatment.