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1 Missouri’s Interagency Statewide Planning Team: Improving Quality of Life for Individuals Across the Lifespan Julia LePage and Terri Rodgers Missouri DDD Rachel Freeman, University of Kansas

2 Purpose of Presentation Share how interagency collaboration is increasing in Missouri Describe the tiered implementation training beginning in the MO Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) Provide examples from organizations in Missouri who – Are implementing PBS – Are supporting individuals with disabilities

3 Challenges of Disconnected System of Service Delivery No system to inform schools that other agencies are working with the child and family Agencies and schools do not work together to develop one plan with the child and family Often agency people feel that they are asked to take sides – parents vs. the school School personnel spending minutes during meetings focusing only on the problems

4 Challenges of Disconnected System of Service Delivery (Continued…) Parents not sharing what it is like at home Schools expecting parents to do it all - telling them what to do instead of collaborating around goals and dreams for child “Too many words” or with “too much Jargon” because so many different systems are working to provide services to the child and family

5 Challenges of Disconnected System of Service Delivery (Continued…) Extra resources are required for each agency to develop similar training for staff Each agency must have their own experts or do with out expertise

6 Interagency Collaboration Started in 2008 Agencies included: – Missouri SW-PBS – Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) Office of Quality Schools Office of Special Education Missouri Schools for the Severely Disabled – Department of Mental Health Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) Comprehensive Psychiatric Services

7 Why Collaborate Across Systems? Share information and resources Increase effectiveness of services Establish regional interagency supports Leverage limited state funds

8 MU SW-PBS Trainers Schools 1999 Training Format The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) local improvement grants (LIGs) are awarded to districts to attend trainings throughout the year and during summer institutes. Staff from the University of Missouri PBS Center provides the trainers for these activities. History of MO SW-PBS

9 MU SW-PBS Trainers Schools DESE MO SW-PBS Trainers in Regional Centers Schools MO SW-PBS Present Training Format 22 Consultants in 9 regions, 5 Tier 2/3 consultants, state data/web consultant, state coordinator and MU PBS personnel provide training/technical assistance on standardized curriculum for multiple levels and stakeholders

10 MU SW-PBS Trainers Schools DESE MO SW-PBS Trainers in Regional Centers Schools 2008 DMH CPSDDD Interagency Collaboration – First Steps

11 MU SW-PBS Trainers Schools DESE MO SW-PBS Trainers in Regional Centers Schools 2011 DMH CPSDDD Interagency Collaboration Community Mental Health Community Support Specialists RO BRT SB40 Transition Coordinators

12 Missouri Interagency PBS Progress Self-assessment and action plan – Interviews and focus groups – Community mapping Pilot tool used to facilitate interagency planning Development of training resources in process Behavior Resource Team Members attend Summer Institute Tiered implementation of PBS – Schools – Organizations

13 Two Regional Interagency Pilots Awareness training in PBS for District team, Agencies in DD, Mental Health, Families, etc School-wide PBS tools to assist districts created and embedded within the statewide training system (this is created with the team but embedded in the SWPBS training systems) Assistance in helping regional teams create strategies that will improve PBS planning for individual students within regions – Training – Service Coordination – Communication – Etc.

14 Interagency Planning Team State Team District Team School Planning Team Add a Statewide Problem-solving System to Encourage Interagency Use of PBS Funds

15 Latest MO Mapping Example at the State Level Next Version of MO MAP

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21 Combined Map: Home Counties With Meetings/Services Related to PBS

22 Mo SW Model Regional Consultants - Unit of Implementation = School Building - System of Recognition (Bronze, Silver Gold) - Training designed for implementation phases - SET -ODR -Big ‘5’ School Team to design implementation of school wide Tier 1 and 2 strategies Mo DDD Tiered Supports Model Regional Behavior Resource Team Members - Unit of implementation = Agency or Family - System of Recognition of implementation -Trainings to be designed for Implementation phases -ASSET -EMT (incident reports) -Big ‘7’ Agency/Family team – design and implement systemic Universal Strategies Systems Data Practices

23 MO Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) Tiered Supports Practices include: 3) Intensive individualized behavior supports-to be developed and implemented by licensed professionals. 2) Specialized strategies for common problem situations; and 1) Universal strategies-proactive, preventative, positive teaching based strategies for staff and families to Improve Quality of Life

24 An example of the DD Model in action The Rolla Behavior Resource Team and Tiered Supports Coaching with Future Care, a DD residential service provider


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