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NCDPI Resources

LEA Shared Resources

(These resources have been shared by your fellow colleagues across the state!)

Centers for Disease Control

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Additional Telehealth Resources

  • Disabled Sports USA

  • Co-VIDSpeak

    • Co-VidSpeak is a free open source, web-based video conferencing tool built for people who can’t speak to afford emotionally connection with those at a distance. Thank you, ECD AT team!
  • Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center

  • National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD)

    • This is a great organization with resources for individuals with disabilities, caregivers and others regarding physical activity, nutrition and health/wellness. A rich collection of all types of resources from work outs to advocacy to recipes!
  • National Center for Systematic Improvement

  • TeleTalk

    • Episode 1 – Introduction – Teletalk aims to use collaboration and information to support professional and personal growth and enable positive change in digital health and and digital education. In this episode of TeleTalk with Perry Flynn and Tracy Ball we introduce the concept of our podcast and discuss some common questions and thoughts related to digital health, telehealth, and providing therapy and education digitally, while navigating the COVID-19 crisis.
    • Episode 2 – Collaboration – Perry and Tracy discuss collaborating within different levels of your organization including your LEA, School, and families.
    • Episode 3 – Parent Training – Perry and Tracy discuss equitable access to services for a Free and Appropriate Public Education using a combination of pre session training, technology, and strategic partnerships.
    • Episode 4 – Evaluation and Assessments
  • Virtual Meetings: Strategies, Tips, and Resources: Many types of special education meetings can occur virtually, including IEP meetings, mediations, resolution sessions, and due process hearings. While each of these types of meetings is unique, virtual meetings share common traits and considerations. Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education [CADRE] has collected resources, tips and strategies for meaningfully participating in a virtual meeting.
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Virtual IEP Meetings

Evidence-Based and Promising Practices to Support Continuity of Learning

 

  • WCPT & INPTRA Report on Digital PT Practice
    Task force report from World Confederation on Physiotherapy (WCPT) & the International Network of Physiotherapy Regulatory Authorities (INPTRA) on virtual practice from a global perspective

Resources from Other States/ Countries

 

EVERYONE TAKE NOTE: Contact your administrator, supervisor or EC director for guidance as you plan. Thoughtful discussion (including EC administration, technology personnel, legal counsel, practitioners and all stakeholders), risk analyses, taking measure of all options, thorough documentation, our NC PT Board Rules/Practice Act, PT Code of Ethics and informed consent should be hallmarks of decision-making and individual practice.