All-In’s partnership has taken many forms over the years. In the first year, we provided behavioral support and, soon after, added a Clinical Intervention Specialist to help school staff, students, and families explore what makes a safe and supportive environment and how best to implement school-wide practices that promote engagement. Triumph added an Unconditional Education Coach in another iteration of our Seneca support team. They have since recognized the value of the UE coach and Student Support Assistant roles and have dedicated themselves to increasing their own capacity by bringing these positions in-house. Currently, All-In has two Clinical Intervention Specialists, Danielle Saporta and Aaron Burney, who collaborate closely with the school’s principal, two assistant principals, and Behavior Intervention Dean to develop and implement social-emotional programming and trauma-informed supports. Jason Keppe, Director of School Partnership, and Robyn Ganeles, Assistant Director of Clinical Intervention Services, are also closely involved in supporting the school, rounding out the All-In/Triumph team. The team operates using Multi-Tiered Systems of Support intended to provide students with the least restrictive intervention needed to address their social-emotional needs. The team has also collaborated closely with the Special Education staff to develop their Level 3 program, an intensive clinical program for students that require specific clinical support in order to maintain their general education placement. For an introduction to the All-In Triumph staff, please see the blog post “Partnership In Action: R-e-s-p-e-c-t, Find Out What it Means to Me!”
School Program Partnerships
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