Friday, 7 May 2010

Single Plan of Care

I'm so excited I made a fabulous montage of Ashley doing all kinds of gross motor skills for her upcoming Single Plan of Care (SPOC) meeting. I'd love to share it right now but I think I want to  hold off so everyone can watch it at an upcoming team  meeting  May 12th.  It's really sweet.

This will be Ashley's second SPOC meeting at the school, many people attend as she has a PT, OT, CDA (Communication disorders assistant)  and speech therapist (SLP) for home and another team at school.  Her school principal, teacher, education assistant, special education teacher, case manager, early interventionist and a team co-ordinator also attend that is 15 people.  They  all help Ashley reach her full potential it's her DREAM TEAM. She even has a few other members of the team that won't be at the meeting, home nurse, school nurse and  a private PT.  She has 3 PT's on her team and they are all so skilled!  Many members of Ashley's team have come to be dear friends, who understand the ups and downs of this amazing journey we are on.  I feel so blessed to call them friends.

 My video includes a small tribute to her team it is impossible to thank them enough for loving Ashley and helping her excel but I can at least say thanks.

6 comments:

Candace said...

Oh I can't wait to see it, Sherry! I am so glad to hear that you are happy with all the people who care for her. That seems to be pretty infrequent!

Missy said...

What a blessing to have such great care for your little angel!

The other Judy said...

I love that picture of her. It captures her sweetness and innocence so well. :)

It sounds like your SPOC is like our IEP. It's SO nice when you have a team of people who are work well with your child and with you. It's hard to find, but oh so worth looking!

I look forward to seeing your video! :)

Confessions of a Closet Hoarder but you can call me Judy said...

Ooops! Didn't realize I wasn't signed into my blogging account when I left the comment. Sorry about that. :)

CC said...

Wow. That really does sound like a DREAM TEAM!!! I wish that many people were involved with a lot of my kiddos!

Veronica Lee said...

Hi! Stopping by from MBC. Love your blog.

Have a nice day!