Enrich Training A - DPS-ECEAENRICH

Report
Enrich
Enrich Training A for Returning
Staff
Summer 2014
Welcome!
Name
School or
Worksite
Name
A Unique
Fact about
You
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP- Annual Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Setting Norms
• Norm One
• Norm Two
• Norm Three
What does this
look like to you?
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP- Annual Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Enrich
Overview/Objectives
Goal One: Participants will be able to
create a referral in the Enrich IEP
platform.
Goal Three: Participants will be able to
create a IEP in the Enrich platform.
Utilize the notecatcher to
organize your
thoughts and
remember your
questions!
Goal Two: Participants will be able to
create an Initial Evaluation in the
Enrich IEP platform.
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP- Annual Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Page 3 in the Enrich
Training Manual
For best
results use
Google
Chrome
1. Select your
assigned
school
2. Use your
DPS
username
and
password
3. Click “I
Agree”
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP- Annual Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Finding a Student and
Updating Caseloads
Page 4-5 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP- Annual Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Page 46-47 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Scanning and Uploading
forms with Signatures
Page 46-47 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Scanning and Uploading
forms with Signatures
Page 46-47 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Scanning and Uploading
forms with Signatures
Event
Naming Convention
Referral, Consent, Determination
INIEP-StudentID
Annual IEP
ANIEP-StudentID
Revaluation- Consent and
Determination
REEVAL-StudentID
Consent for Medicaid Reimbursement
MED-StudentID
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP- Annual Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Page 7-8 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Medicaid Documentation
One-time consent
Parent can revoke
one-time consent at
any time
If parents has never
signed a consent,
one must be
obtained…
Think “New” and
“Transfer” students
Medicaid Talking Points
with parents
IEP Services
are NEVER
affected
Consent is a
IDEA
requirement
for ALL
students in
Special Ed.
Allows DPS to
seek partial
reimbursement
for IEP/ISFP
services
Page 7-8 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Reimburseme
nt is used to
enhance health
services for all
students
Medicaid
benefits will
not be
impacted
Questions:
720-423-2660
[email protected]
k12.org
Page 7-8 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Optional: Practice Uploading and
Naming A Consent for Medicaid
Reimbursement
1. Find the file on the Wikispaces Page “Practice
Upload and Naming Conventions for Consent
for Medicaid Reimbursement”
2. Open this file and save on your computer
3. Practice uploading into Enrich following the
directions on page 7-8 in the Enrich manual
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility
and IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP- Annual Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Review the Referral to Determination
to IEP Development Process
Multi-Tiered
Systems of Support
 Problem-solving
Team
 Inquiry Cycle
Implementation
 Adjustments with
data to determine
effectiveness
 Special teams for
unique situations
Initial Evaluation
Child Find
 Referral
 Records review
including universal  Review
 Consent for
screenings
Evaluation
 Focused Screenings

Evaluation
 Document
Interventions
 Educational
Disability Suspected
Determination of
Eligibility
 Notice of Meeting
 Eligibility Meeting
 Consent for Initial
Provision of Services
IEP Development
 Notice of Meeting
 IEP Team
 IEP Meeting
IEP Implementation
 Disseminate IEP
 Provisions of
Services
 Progress Reporting
Before Starting the referral…
Gather your data from the
MTSS process
• Initial analysis of the data
• Description of the
intervention plans and their
implementation
• Description of any
adjustments made to the
plan
• Subsequent data
Who Is This Problem-solving Team?
Example 1
Grade Level Data
Team
Example 3
Special team for a
unique situation
Example 2
Student
Intervention
Team
Example 4
The IEP Team
Review the Referral to Determination
to IEP Development Process
Multi-Tiered
Systems of Support
 Problem-solving
Team
 Inquiry Cycle
Implementation
 Adjustments with
data to determine
effectiveness
 Special teams for
unique situations
Initial Evaluation
Child Find
 Referral
 Records review
including universal  Review
 Consent for
screenings
Evaluation
 Focused Screenings

Evaluation
 Document
Interventions
 Educational
Disability Suspected
Determination of
Eligibility
 Notice of Meeting
 Eligibility Meeting
 Consent for Initial
Provision of Services
IEP Development
 Notice of Meeting
 IEP Team
 IEP Meeting
IEP Implementation
 Disseminate IEP
 Provisions of
Services
 Progress Reporting
Verses
Evaluation Report and Present
Level of Performance were
located in the same place.
Evaluation Report and Present Level of
Performance are separate because they have a
different purpose. You don’t do a Present Level
Report if you don’t qualify.
To determine
eligibility
To create specially
designed instruction
Evaluation Report v. Present Level
Performance Report
What
When?
Why?
Evaluation Report
Present Level of
Performance (PLOP):
Formally known as PLAAF
Initials and Re-evaluations (to
determine qualification)
IEP Development (to create specially
designed instructional plan)
Determine eligibility
Create a Specially Designed Instruction
plan
Questions What assessments were given? What do
to Answer they mean? Will the student qualify?
What is a summary of their functioning?
How did they do on their goals?
Review the Referral to Determination
to IEP Development Process
Multi-Tiered
Systems of Support
 Problem-solving
Team
 Inquiry Cycle
Implementation
 Adjustments with
data to determine
effectiveness
 Special teams for
unique situations
Initial Evaluation
Child Find
 Referral
 Records review
including universal  Review
 Consent for
screenings
Evaluation
 Focused Screenings

Evaluation
 Document
Interventions
 Educational
Disability Suspected
Determination of
Eligibility
 Notice of Meeting
 Eligibility Meeting
 Consent for Initial
Provision of Services
IEP Development
 Notice of Meeting
 IEP Team
 IEP Meeting
IEP Implementation
 Disseminate IEP
 Provisions of
Services
 Progress Reporting
Page 10-22 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP and Annual
Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Evaluation Report v. Present Level
Performance Report
What
When?
Why?
Evaluation Report
Present Level of
Performance (PLOP):
Formally known as PLAAF
Initials and Re-evaluations (to
determine qualification)
IEP Development (to create specially
designed instructional plan)
Determine eligibility
Create a Specially Designed Instruction
plan
Questions What assessments were given? What do
to Answer they mean? Will the student qualify?
What is a summary of their functioning?
How did they do on their goals?
Page 22 in Procedural Manual: The
Colorado State Recommended IEP

Student’s strengths,
personal interests,
achievements.
Results of the most recent
formal and informal
evaluation (could be a
synthesis of the
Evaluation report).
Needs and impact of their
disability on his/her
involvement and process
in the general education
curriculum
PLOP: Present Level of
Performance
 Goals and Objectives
Progress reporting at least with each
report card cycle
All Colorado Standards are loaded to
reference
Goal can be broad
Measureable element will be in the
objective
Progress monitoring can be tracked
directly in Enrich

Accommodations and
modifications were
checked off
Use the CDE
accommodations
manual for
guidance.
You must determine the most
appropriate accommodations and
modifications and type them in.
3-4 high impact accommodations
are usually adequate.
If the accommodation is considered assistive
technology, indicate it in the special factors .
Page 23-21in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP and Annual
Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
Page 35-37 in the
Enrich Training
Manual
Introductions
Setting Norms
Course Overview
Logging into Enrich
Viewing and Creating Your
Caseloads
Scanning, Uploading, and
Naming Conventions
Medicaid Consent
IEP Process
Introduction
Agenda
Creating an Initial Eligibility and
IEP
IEP Referral
Consent for Evaluation and
Evaluation Report
Eligibility Determination
Consent for Placement
Creating an IEP and Annual
Review
Creating a Transfer
Team Planning
 Team Work
Systematic
Supportive
Reflective
Skill Based
Team
Work
Collaborative
Professional
Purposeful
Next Steps
Sped, MHA and Nurses Aug
19th Standards Day Training
SLP, OTPT Aug 20-12
Standards Day Training
Follow up ½ Day is scheduled
on Feb 17, 2015 for all groups
Agenda (Teachers)
• Student Learning
Objective
• Writing Multidisciplinary Reports
• Goals and Objectives
aligned with standards
• Specific training based
on your discipline (e.g.
MIA will receive
additional Autism
training)
Agenda (SSP)
• Same as above
• LEAP for SSP
Blue Green Day Offerings
Oct 20,
2014
Oct 21,
2014
Jan 5,
2015
April 13,
2015
“Grab and Go”
General Education Training Kits
Topics for General Education
MTSS
Inquiry Cycle
Referral Process
Roles and Responsibilities
Accommodations and Modification
Effective Team work
Principal Trainings
Additional Practice

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