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The Role of Disability Resource Professionals on Behavioral Intervention Teams (BITs)

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Description

Every college and university has a different name and configuration of staff engaged in the important work of supporting students in crisis. Given varied orientations to the work, and different privacy concerns, communication is often muddled, and the role of each stakeholder is often ambiguous, leading some to question: Should disability resource professionals even be involved in these conversations at all? We believe the answer is YES! Whether you’re new to BITs or still working to get a seat at the table, we’ll discuss the many important roles you can play from supporting struggling students to addressing ableism and stigma on your campus.

Contributors

  • Jon McGough

    Jon McGough, M.Ed. is Director of the Disability Access Center at Western Washington University and serves as a consultant to Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine. Jon served on the Board of the Coalition for Disability Access in Health Science and Medical Education and is a past President of the Washington Association on Postsecondary Education and Disability. He has over 10 years’ experience in disability resource work in Higher ed. Jon’s adventures in disability services began on a construction crew specializing in custom home modifications for people with disabilities and evolved into a career of disability rights and advocacy work.

  • Emily Ackerland

October 11, 2023
Wed 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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