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The March 3 ODE/COSA Conference for All Administrators will focus on wraparound services for children with complex emotional, behavioral or substance abuse related needs and will feature successful models of collaboration in Oregon.   The conference will be held at the Salem Conference Center.

Presenters have been selected because of their involvement or their experience with this topic and will share their learning and challenges in breakout sessions.  Erinn Kelley-Siel from the Governor’s Office and Co-Chair of the Steering Committee and Rob Horner from the University of Oregon will serve as keynote presenters.

 In addition, there will be breakouts on the following topics:

  • From IEP to Placement:  Making and Documenting Placement Decisions in the LRE
  • School-wide Model of Small Group and Individual Behavior Supports
  • Secondary and Tertiary Intervention in a Behavioral Response to Intervention (RTI) Model
  • Collaboration with Long Term Treatment Care Providers
  • Ingredients for a Successful Integration of Service or System Integration for Dummies
  • And more

For attendees who haven’t read the December 2007 Oregon’s Statewide Children’s Wraparound Initiative Steering Committee’s Report, it can be accessed by clicking here.

This page was last updated on Monday, March 17, 2008 .