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Faculty Mentor

Timothy Davis


In this research project, my goal was to determine if using the sensory-based equipment, used in Sensory Fit Families, as a bridge helped promote interdisciplinary discussions leading to a better or more effective service delivery model. I did this research through virtual interviews and transcribing the data. I examined teachers’ and therapists’ perceptions toward interdisciplinary collaboration when delivering online (virtual) instruction to preschool-aged children with disabilities. With this, I was able to triangulate key information on relevant content, activities, and feedback that focus on a unique collaboration between Physical Education teachers, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Pathologists, and Special Education teachers. The school setting for this study was at Racker Center in Cortland, NY. Through the interview questions, I retained so much valuable information and hands-on experience to share and use in my future career as an Educator.

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Disabilities, Children with Disabilities, therapy, virtual therapy, Adaptive Physical Education, Transformations, Sensory Fit Families


Disability and Equity in Education | Occupational Therapy | Physical Therapy | Sports Sciences

A Qualitative Inquiry of the Interdisciplinary Engagement of Teacher's and Therapist's providing Virtual Services to Children with Disabilities