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Welcome to IASP!

Established in 1987, the Indiana Association of School Psychologists (IASP) is the professional home for hundreds of Hoosier School Psychologists and many graduate students. IASP is a non-profit professional association and an affiliate of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).  

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Position Statement:

Conditions and/or Diagnoses Identified by School Psychologists

There currently exists significant confusion surrounding the ability of school psychologists to both use what is viewed or described as “clinical” or “medical” terminology in assessments and evaluation reports and to determine the presence of a diagnosable mental health condition.  Educational teams often need an identified condition or diagnosis to determine if a student is eligible for educational support services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and/ or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. It is the position of the Indiana Association of School Psychologists (IASP) that educational evaluation teams are able to use conditions and/ or diagnoses provided by school psychologists as a sufficient basis for determining the presence of a disability as required through IDEA and Section 504. Further, it is the position of IASP that there is no law, statute, or best practice guidance that prohibits school psychologists or educational teams from using diagnoses or related terminology in psychoeducational evaluation reports, individualized education plans (IEP), Section 504 plans, etc., including those determined and provided by school psychologists.  This would include terms such as ADHD, depressive and/or anxiety conditions, dyslexia, dyscalculia, and/ or dysgraphia.

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 Why be a school psychologist in Indiana? 

IASP Past President Angie McKinney discusses the important role of school psychologists in Indiana and the role IASP plays in bringing more to the state. 

Meet the Board

Check out the current IASP board members. Need to contact some one? It's all on the following page. 

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Strategic planning and the development of outreach programs, collaboration with universities, state agencies and other professional organizations all concerned with the profession and the well-being of children are well underway. The association recognizes a strong need for developing and broadening the model of service currently used by school psychologists and the financing that supports the model.

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Office: (317) 396-0002
Fax: (317) 634-5964

125 W. Market St., Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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