ONTARIO ASSOCIATION FOR FAMILIES OF

CHILDREN WITH COMMUNICATION DISORDERS

http://www.oafccd.com


OAFCCD POSITION PAPERS

The Ontario Association for Families of Children with Communication Disorders (OAFCCD) has had the opportunity to provide input to the provincial government on the restructuring of children's services. The following documents have een submitted in support of the need for more publicly funded speech and language services.

History of the development of the Ontario Association for Families of Children with Communication Disorders, September 2000

History of Speech and Language Services in Ontario Schools, December 1999

Provincial Model of Speech and Language Service Delivery for Children, Revised November 1999

Provincial Model of Speech and Language Service Delivery for Children, April 1996

A Continuum of Speech and Language Services WIll Enhance Educational Outcomes, April 1998

OAFCCD Service Delivery Model Analysis on School Speech-Language Pathology Ratios and Costs, April 1998

Support for Speech and Language Services in Educational Settings by Genese Warr-Leeper, Professor, University of Western Ontario, 1994

Gaps, Dulplications and Issues Regarding Speech and Language Services, OAFCCD submission to PPM 81 Review, November 1999

Transistion Planning Resource Guide for Students with Speech and Language Impariments, Ministry of Education and Training (DRAFT June 1999)

Best Practices/ What's Working Well and Challenges/ Issues related to provision of Speech and Language Servies in Ontario Schools, Submission by OAFCCD to the Minister's Advisory Council n Special Education, Communication: Collaborating with the Community Consultation, May 1999
 
 

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