Access Schools
Issue Focus: IPP/IPE January 2016

Access Schools addresses the specific needs of speech-language pathologists working in schools.


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What are interprofessional education (IPE) and interprofessional practice (IPP)? Learn and consider what it means for school practice.

IPE/IPP are also known as interprofessional collaborative practice. IPE occurs when two professionals learn about, from, and with each other to enable effective, continuous collaboration and improve outcomes for the individuals and families they serve. IPP occurs when multiple service providers from different professional backgrounds provide comprehensive healthcare or educational services by working with individuals and their families, caregivers, and communities—to deliver the highest quality of care. Learn how your skills match the core competencies necessary for IPP.

ASHA offers a webinar on IPE/IPP, brochure, resources, and IPP quiz.

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The next issue of Access Schools is coming March 2016! Address comments and suggestions for future Access Schools topics to Aruna Hari Prasad or Neil Snyder at For information, resources, or responses to questions about school practice, e-mail

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