Intensive Interagency

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  • June 14th, 2011
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Instruction Conducted in the Home/Homebound BEC

This BEC will explain the reporting requirements for students with disabilities assigned to instruction conducted in the home by the IEP team and students with disabilities who may be assigned to homebound instruction.

Instruction Conducted in the Home/Homebound BEC

Click here for the publication: What is the difference between Homebound Instruction and Instruction Conducted in the Home?

Intermediate Unit Interagency Coordinators

Technical Assistance can also be provided by Local Intermediate Unit Interagency coordinators. Contact them directly using the information in this spreadsheet.

IU Interagency Coordinators

Intensive Interagency Coordination BEC

This BEC will explain Intensive interagency coordination. Intensive interagency coordination is designed for the rare situations when the local teams are not able to arrange for the placements of students in the public educational setting and the students have waited or are at risk of waiting more than 30 days for an appropriate educational placement.

Intensive Interagency Coordination BEC

County CASSP and Children's Behavioral Health Contact Persons

The individuals in the following list understand how the children’s behavioral health system works in their counties and can serve as a resource to family members, providers and others who need assistance with services.

Click here for: CASSP Coordinators web link
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Consultants

  • Roni Russell
    Secondary Transition, Intensive Interagency, IDEA and Chapter 14
  • Amy Smith
    Behavior, Secondary Transition, Intensive Interagency, School Psychology
  • Hillary Mangis
    Secondary Transition, Intensive Interagency, School Psychology
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