Interagency Collaboration (EM)

Bruner  states that research about interagency collaboration is important because of the following factors:

  • No one can do it alone
  • Improving the quality of life and the education of children with disabilities and their families requires the collective knowledge, skills, experience and expertise of all family members and professionals
  • It requires that the community and all service systems work together to achieve the goals of the child and family

Bruner, C.; Kunesh, L.G.; Knuth, R.A. “What Does Research Say About Interagency Collaboration?”

Links

  • Kentucky Department of Education
    • The Kentucky Department of Education is a service agency of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The department provides resources and guidance to Kentucky’s public schools and districts as they implement the state’s K-12 education requirements. The department also serves as the state liaison for federal education requirements and funding opportunities
  • Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs
    • Our Mission is to enhance the quality of life for Kentucky’s children with special health care needs through direct service, leadership, advocacy and collaboration.
  • Kentucky School for the Blind
    • The mission of the Kentucky School for the Blind is to provide comprehensive educational services to all Kentucky students who are blind and visually impaired, birth to 21.
  • Kentucky School for the Deaf
    • Kentucky School for the Deaf makes sure every child is given the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential to become confident, self-supporting, independent, and have a rewarding future upon graduation as a productive member of society.
  • Kentucky Autism Training Center
    • The mission of the Kentucky Autism Training Center is to strengthen Kentucky’s systems of support for persons affected by autism by bridging research to practice and by providing training and resources to families and professionals.
  • Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
    • The mission of the Department of Behavioral Health, Development and Intellectual Disabilities is to provide leadership, in partnership with others, to prevent disability, build resilience in individuals and their communities, and facilitate recovery for people whose lives have been affected by mental illness, intellectual disability or other developmental disability, or substance abuse.

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