Implementing components of the routines-based model

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McWilliam, Robin ; Fernández Valero, Rosa (2015)
  • Publisher: ISPA - Instituto Universitário

The MBR is comprised of 17 components that can generally be grouped into practices related to (a) functional assessment and intervention planning (for example, Routines-Based Interview), (b) organization of services (including location and staffing), (c) service delivery to children and families (using a consultative approach with families and teachers, integrated therapy), (d) classroom organization (for example, classroom zones), and (e) supervision and training through checklists. In this model, some practices are more relevant to some stakeholders than are others. Those practices are often the gateway to adoption of the whole model. In addition, some practices are natural first steps, such as the Routines-Based Interview, because implementation of that component leads almost naturally to the implementation of other components. In implementation science, what is being implemented is often described as a single practice or program. We have expanded this concept to plan for implementation of different components in a sequential, not concurrent, process. The session will provide examples of different programs’ and countries’ implementation plans. info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
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