Julie Rembrant, Kelly Shea and I worked together this summer to update our referral list. We were able to edit out a number of outside providers (tutors, therapists, evaluators) who no longer are in practice, or have moved out of the area. We also added new providers who we have worked with, or are hoping to work with in the future. This year, we will also be setting up Zoom meetings to meet potential providers. We work hard to make sure we have a "deep" roster of people who we can refer our families to, and always want to make a good match for families. For example, just because two students both need tutoring or a neuropsych assessment, it doesn't mean they can both see the same person.
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"How did the learning experience impact you and your practice?"
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Your role at Burke's
When did this opportunity take place?
Summary of workshop/opportunity
Goals & Collaborations:
What were your big takeaways from your workshop or project?
How does what you learned connect to your goals this year?
How might this opportunity lead to collaboration with other faculty?
How does this PD learning or experience im
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