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All have different definitions with our vocab need to be on the same pageCBC in healthcare settings: BenefitsCollective expertise of interdisciplinary teams increases likelihood of success across all environments of child’s lifeHealth professionals provide information on health, prognosis, and physical abilities Education provide information that may help with diagnosis and show current functioning (Can become a cycle)Education and other professionals can monitor intervention efficiency and provide information on potential healthcare issuesResource identificationCBC in healthcare: Role of consultantChanneling informationConceptualizing important case issues from multiple perspectivesEducating about issues, present status, and plans for intervention and placement changesCoordinating multisystemtic intervention plans and assessmentsHandling referrals and helping families navigate intake processes?—The idea behind CBC in a teaming context is:Reducing referral rates by putting supports around the child before they fail RTICan be used for academic or behavioral challenges that are occurring with the childParent child interaction therapy (PCIT)Coaches parents thru special play time Helps parents use positive social reinforcement and verbal Self-attachmentNumber one predictor of successParent and Teacher Training—Video module 14 CONSIDER FORMAT• Individualized teaching as part of consultationProviding direct instruction on how to implement a strategy Modeling how to use it on the child ect
• Small group teachingMeeting with teachers, parents, etc and training them all together• Schoolwide or clinicwideTraining all the individuals at a particular work site to implement a particular strategy• Digital parent and teacher trainingCreate webinar or an Itunes video that parents or teachers could watch to access the trainingBest Practices (Elksnin & Elksnin)• Use knowledge and skillful trainers• Group parents based on common needMake sure to strategically group parents (diagnosis, age, needs, etc) for training to achieve the best outcomes Disability--Age--Developmental level--Needs or functional skill---You want to make sure that trainers have knowledge particular to that environment and you want them to have experience with children with all different diagnosis ?—What is a reason why it is best have knowledgeable and skillful trainers who have worked with the population you are targeting?*Having stories and examples to share from working with the population in the past will make it more likely to implement the training Best Practices (Elksnin & Elksnin)Use characteristics of effective programs• Didactic and experientiallyUses teaching and then practice • Minimum of 5-8 sessions• Incorporate homework• Concentrate on discrete, identifiable behavior problems• Focus on teaching child desirable behaviors and reducing problem behaviors• Establish clear goalsobjectives from each session