Western Kentucky University

Poster Title

Collaborative Service Delivery: The Impact on Kelly Autism Program Participants and Western Kentucky University Students.

Institution

Western Kentucky University

Abstract

The impact of collaborative service delivery on learning for Western Kentucky University students who represent various disciplines was investigated. Surveys were designed using a Leichert scale to determine learning benefits, job preparation, and other benefits from the service providers/staff, university-affiliated groups. At least eight different disciplines are providing collaborative service delivery for Kelly Autism Program participants at WKU. The study examined the unique benefits of collaborating within the disciplines of exceptional education, communication disorders, interdisciplinary early childhood education, public health, psychology, music, art, and business. Results of the study are reported according to discipline represented, status (current or former student), participant, and/or parent report.

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Collaborative Service Delivery: The Impact on Kelly Autism Program Participants and Western Kentucky University Students.

The impact of collaborative service delivery on learning for Western Kentucky University students who represent various disciplines was investigated. Surveys were designed using a Leichert scale to determine learning benefits, job preparation, and other benefits from the service providers/staff, university-affiliated groups. At least eight different disciplines are providing collaborative service delivery for Kelly Autism Program participants at WKU. The study examined the unique benefits of collaborating within the disciplines of exceptional education, communication disorders, interdisciplinary early childhood education, public health, psychology, music, art, and business. Results of the study are reported according to discipline represented, status (current or former student), participant, and/or parent report.