Registration for the 2022-23 Orthopedic Impairment program is now closed.

 

The Ventura County Orthopedic Impairment Added Authorization provides credentialed teachers the authorization to be assigned students with orthopedic impairmentsTo be recommended for the added authorization, you will develop a professional portfolio for each of Courses A, B, and C that serves as documentation of your competency related to program standardsThe process is designed to ensure that classroom practices provide the greatest opportunity of a quality education for all students.  

The Orthopedic Impairment Added Authorization (OI AA) expands the Education Specialist Credential to provide services to students with orthopedic impairments. Currently, the statute indicates that a student with a low incident disability such as OI needs to have a teacher with an authorization specific to that disability area on the student's IEP team. 

The Program consists of three courses of online instruction, practica, fieldwork, and observations. 

 

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Joy Springer Executive Director, Educator Support and Effectiveness jspringer@vcoe.org
Donna Vollmer Coordinator dvollmer@vcoe.org
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Sylvia Iniguez Credential Advisor academicadvise@vcoe.org