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Required and Optional Forms

Access Ohio Required and Optional Forms
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Operating Standards for Ohio

Go to Ohio's Operating Standards
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OCALI

The Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence , OCALI, has multiple resources to support the education of students with disabilities.

Go to the OCALI Webiste

Autism Modules

Assistive Technology Modules

OCALI is pleased to share the the link to the new Least Restrictive Environment overview video. The video is approximately thre minutes in length.

Watch the video at http://www.ocali.org/project/least_restrictive_environment_video.

The Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI), in furthering its mission to build state and system-wide capacity for meeting the needs of individuals with autism and low incidence disabilities, would like to respond to all requests that are received. OCALI staff must prioritize requests at this time and ask that you complete a Service Intake Form. If you would like to request services from OCALI, there is a new intake form on the home page of the web site at www.ocali.org. It is printable and can be faxed or mailed at this point.

Screening for Emotional Concerns: Considerations in the Selection of Instruments is a report from the Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children. This report not only gives guidance in the selection of evaluation tools it also profiles several screening tools.

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Special Education Contacts

For information and resources realted to special education contact:

Post-Secondary Transition UDL Consultant
Cherie Smith

419-739-0170

Extended Standards PBIS Consultant
Tiffini Flugga

419-739-0166

Alternate Assessment, Extended Standards, Special Education Lead Consultant
Caryn Timmerman

419-739-0169

Early Learning and School Readiness Consultant
Michele Bambauer

419-739-0165

Family and Community Engagement Consultant
Kim Moritz

419-739-0167