Presentation on theme: "Mt. Diablo Unified School District Coordinated Care Teams"— Presentation transcript:
1 Mt. Diablo Unified School District Coordinated Care Teams Presented by:James C. Wogan, LCSWAdministrator, School Linked Services(925) ext. 3054
2 Mt. Diablo Unified School District Coordinated Care Teams To ensure that every child succeeds, school staff, students, families, and community agencies work together to increase the number of students who arrive each day ready and able to learn.
3 Mt. Diablo Unified School District Coordinated Care Teams The first MDUSD Coordinated Care Team was established in atMt. Diablo High School in 2002.Coordinated Care Teams now operate in 35 schools in MDUSD.
4 Coordinated Care Teams Coordinated Care Teams are established in 35 MDUSD elementary, middle and high schools serving students from high- income, middle-income, and low-income neighborhoods.
5 An Umbrella of Student Support Positive Behavior Support SystemBuilding Effective Schools Together (BEST)Positive Behavior Team (PBT)Coordinated Care Teams (CCT)Student Success Team (SST)School Attendance Review Teams (SART / SARB)
6 Framework for Promoting Educational Success: UCLA Adelman, H. & Taylor, L.,UCLA, 2002:
7 Individual Interventions Mt. Diablo Unified School DistrictBuilding Effective Schools Together: B.E.S.T.Mental Health Services / Social skills trainingHughes Bill: Intensive BSP or FAA and PBIPParent training and collaboration, Parent ProjectTriage referral, SMART team (wrap), MHC classes, AB3632, Day Treatment, NPS School, ResidentialSARBPositive Behavior TeamTargeted/Intensive(High-risk students)Individual Interventions(3-5%)Counseling / social skills trainingSelf-management programs, i.e. Loma VistaParent training and collaborationAdult mentors (check-in)Increased academic support, Triage504 / BSP, train staff, monitor implementationCoordinated Care TeamSelected(At-risk Students)Classroom & SmallGroup Strategies(7-10% of students)Social skills trainingPositive, proactive disciplineTeaching school behavior expectationsActive supervision and monitoringPositive reinforcement systemsFirm, fair, and corrective disciplineUniversal(All Students)School-wide Systems of Support(85-90% of students)
9 Coordinated Care Teams Employ a school-wide referral system toaddress educational, health, mental health, and other concerns that reduce student achievement.Meet weekly to discuss students of concern, develop intervention plans, and review progress.
10 Coordinated Care Teams Provide a platform to deliver and coordinate community resources at school.Partnerships with community agencies and programs are formalized through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with MDUSD.
11 Strength-based programs Coordinated Care TeamsStrength-based programsand activities are combined with professional services to form “packages of support” for individual students.
12 Coordinated Care Teams Manage and coordinate all efforts toaddress student concerns.Intervene early after problems arise.Track intervention plans.Save time and increase effectiveness.
13 Coordinated Care Teams Care Teams provide oversight and coordination of intervention plans for multiple students at each meeting.
14 Coordinated Care Teams connect students and families with: School-based programs.2) District interventions and programs.Community resources.
16 CCT Forms Map of school resources School-wide referral form (Elementary & Secondary)CCT Weekly Agenda TemplateReferral Reply formParent Permission FormProvider Confidentiality AgreementCCT Central Disposition ListEnd of Year Summary FormsRelease of information forms
17 Coordinated Care Team Members Principal and Co-administrator(s)Teachers (Special Education & General Ed)School PsychologistSchool NurseChild Welfare & Attendance LiaisonRegistrar / SecretaryAfter-school Program StaffSocial Work / Psychology InternsStaff members of county and community-based agencies with whom the District has formed partnerships.
18 Assist to address school-wide and community concerns. Coordinated Care TeamsAssist to address school-wide and community concerns.
19 Coordinated Care Teams Provide the coordination system for multiple components of the Coordinated School Health Program(Sponsored by the American Cancer Society).
20 Coordinated School Health Program (American Cancer Society)
21 Coordinated Care Teams Coordinated Care Teams ensure that school-based programs are not used in a fragmented way.
22 Collaboration“A process where people come together to identify common interests, define common problems, and seek solutions that reach beyond what any one of them could accomplish on their own.”(Author Unknown)
26 Benefits To School Sites Improved attendance rates.Reduced disciplinary rates.Improved educational success.Support for teachers and administrators.Alternatives to suspension / expulsion.Culturally competent service delivery.Enhanced communication among staff.Strengthened link between home, school andthe community.Members learn up-to-date information aboutresources in the community.