- The P4C Model
- Partnering for Change is the name of a new model to deliver rehabilitation services to children with special needs.
- Description of the Model
- The Partnering for Change model is an innovative way of delivering rehabilitation services to support all children with special needs, beginning in full day kindergarten.
- Principles of the Model
- The principles of Partnering for Change are the four Cs: Building Capacity through Collaboration and Coaching in the school Context.
- Evidence for the Model
- Dr. Cheryl Missiuna, Cathy Hecimovich, and a multi-disciplinary team of researchers at CanChild conducted several previous studies of the Partnering for Change model.
What is Partnering for Change?
The Partnering for Change (P4C) model of service delivery is an innovative, collaborative, evidence-informed model that uses a needs-based, tiered approach to provide rehabilitation services for children with special needs in schools.
- P4C has involved stakeholders from health and education who are committed to use research findings to inform real-world change.
- P4C supports all children who are in school and promotes inclusive education.