Fee for Service Options
For more information about any of our fee for service opportunities, please email I-Team Director Darren McIntyre.
I-Team technical assistance can be provided on a fee for service basis. Fees for FY23 have not yet been determined. We anticipate this information to be updated on March 25, 2022.
The yearly fee includes on-site and distance based technical assistance from I-Team consultants up to 25 hours. The level of technical assistance is dependent on the needs of the student, the family, and the student's educational team. Once the needs are collaboratively identified, I-Team Consultants provide technical assistance monitored through a student action plan.
School/District Staff Training: Training fees are based on length of time of actual training regardless of the number of I-Team Consultants involved in the training or number of participants. Participants may include teachers, special educators, related service providers, administrators, family members, students or community members. These trainings are billed as half-day (up to 3.5 hours) at $450 and full-day (up to 7 hours) at $900 opportunities. Topics include:
- Disability Specific Topics: learning impairment, multiple disabilities, developmental delay, Autism Spectrum Disorders, deafblindness, etc.
- Inclusion for All Students: Access to the General Education Curriculum
- Developing Positive Peer Relationships & Positive Behavioral Supports
- Systematic Data-Based Instruction Across Content Areas
- IEP Development & Implementation (i.e. how to create measurable IEP goals)
- Supervising and Training Paraprofessionals
- Curriculum & Instruction for those with Low-Incidence Disabilities
- Augmentative Communication
- Assistive Technology & iPad Implementation
- Transition Planning (CIS to Early Education; Elementary to Middle; High School to Post-Secondary)
Course with Onsite Consultation and Mentoring: A course includes 15 hours of class time per credit plus two days of onsite consultation and mentoring. Class time can be face to face, online or a combination of the two. A course is developed in increments of 15 hours (15 hours, 30 hours or 45 hours). If participants desire UVM credits the course must be planned at least 3 months in advance and the school district would pay a reduced tuition rate to UVM.
Webinars: The I-Team collaborates with the AT Tryout Center to offer webinars in the area of reading, writing, and assistive technology. In addition, we are collaborating with Vermont Sensory Access Project to offer webinars on Cortical Visual Impairment. If you are interested in having I-Team members develop a specific webinar for professional development please email I-Team Director Darren McIntyre for further information.