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REFERRAL AND 
FOLLOW-UP 
Delivios, Hernandez, Bernas, Galit
REFERRAL 
Definition: 
• refers to the practice of helping clients find 
needed expert assistance that referring 
counselo...
When to Refer? 
• When a student presents a problem or a request 
for information which is beyond your level of 
competenc...
When to Refer? 
• If the student is reluctant to discuss his/her 
problem with you for some reason. 
• If, after a period ...
Who to Refer 
Anyone able to identify situations needing 
specialized counseling or advising deserves 
commendation. 
In a...
How to Make a Referral 
• The service is free to all students. 
• Confidentiality, to the limits provided by the law 
and ...
A referral may be made by… 
• Peer 
• Teacher 
• Parent 
• School nurse 
• Administrator 
• Outside Agencies or Individual...
TYPES OF REFERRAL 
Self Referral 
• Any Participant or family member may call 
for information or arrange for confidential...
TYPES OF REFERRAL 
Management Referral 
•The focus of counseling services will be on 
the job implications of the situatio...
SAMPLE REFERRAL FORM
SAMPLE REFERRAL FORM
FOLLOW-UP 
Definition 
•A continuous monitoring program designed to 
evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention 
proce...
FOLLOW-UP 
Definition 
•refers to the formal and systematic monitoring of the 
individual progress of current students who...
FOLLOW-UP 
• An integral part of guidance services is the 
follow-up 
• It is concerned with what happens to 
students whi...
PURPOSE OF FOLLOW-UP 
1. To ascertain the progress and status of 
students within the various classrooms, 
courses and cur...
PURPOSE OF FOLLOW-UP 
4. To evaluate the effectiveness of the 
school’s placement activity. 
5. To learn why pupils leave ...
Techniques of Follow-up 
• Follow-up techniques includes interview, 
postcard-survey, or questionnaire 
• Each has its own...
TOOLS USE IN FOLLOW-UP 
1. Conducting surveys. 
2. Use of telephone. 
3. The use of follow up letters.
IMPORTANCE OF FOLLOW-UP 
• Information obtained through follow-up 
techniques can be used for improving the 
curriculum st...
References 
http://www.apsu.edu/counseling/referrals 
http://prezi.com/3umjrztmdbyj/copy-of-copy-of/ 
http://www.slgahw.or...
References 
http://www.auf.edu.ph/modules.php? 
name=StudentLife&page=Guidance 
http://www.pnu.edu.ph/page/osass_guidanc 
...
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Referral and Follow Up (Guidance and Counseling)

  1. 1. REFERRAL AND FOLLOW-UP Delivios, Hernandez, Bernas, Galit
  2. 2. REFERRAL Definition: • refers to the practice of helping clients find needed expert assistance that referring counselor cannot provide •Direct the client to another counselor with a higher level of training or special expertise related to the clients need
  3. 3. When to Refer? • When a student presents a problem or a request for information which is beyond your level of competency. • When you feel that personality differences (which cannot be resolved) between you and the student will interfere with his or her effective progress. • If the problem is personal and you know the student on other than a professional basis (friend, neighbor, etc.).
  4. 4. When to Refer? • If the student is reluctant to discuss his/her problem with you for some reason. • If, after a period of time, you do not believe your communication with a student has been effective
  5. 5. Who to Refer Anyone able to identify situations needing specialized counseling or advising deserves commendation. In addition, referring a student to the office appropriate to the problem demonstrates to the student that you have his or her best interests at heart.
  6. 6. How to Make a Referral • The service is free to all students. • Confidentiality, to the limits provided by the law and court is respected. • No record of a student's use of the Counseling Center is made on a transcript, job placement file, or administrative file. • Information cannot be released without the student 's permission (the usual exception being cases of imminent harm and danger to the student or others).
  7. 7. A referral may be made by… • Peer • Teacher • Parent • School nurse • Administrator • Outside Agencies or Individuals
  8. 8. TYPES OF REFERRAL Self Referral • Any Participant or family member may call for information or arrange for confidential, short-term counseling to discuss a personal problem.
  9. 9. TYPES OF REFERRAL Management Referral •The focus of counseling services will be on the job implications of the situation, however, and not on the personal nature of the problem.
  10. 10. SAMPLE REFERRAL FORM
  11. 11. SAMPLE REFERRAL FORM
  12. 12. FOLLOW-UP Definition •A continuous monitoring program designed to evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention procedures in relation to student progress & adjustments •This service is undertaken as systematic evaluation of whether the guidance service in particular and the educational program in general have satisfied the needs of students.
  13. 13. FOLLOW-UP Definition •refers to the formal and systematic monitoring of the individual progress of current students who have undergone academic advising, counseling, referral, placement, or any special intervention program. Returning students and those who are in academic probation are also monitored whenever needed
  14. 14. FOLLOW-UP • An integral part of guidance services is the follow-up • It is concerned with what happens to students while in school or after they have left schools
  15. 15. PURPOSE OF FOLLOW-UP 1. To ascertain the progress and status of students within the various classrooms, courses and curricular areas. 2. To gain data which may identify weakness in the various phases of the school progress. 3. To learn how former graduates are processing.
  16. 16. PURPOSE OF FOLLOW-UP 4. To evaluate the effectiveness of the school’s placement activity. 5. To learn why pupils leave before graduation. 6. To discover grade levels at which most dropouts occur. 7. To obtain opinions concerning needed modification of the curriculum in the light of the experiences of former pupils.
  17. 17. Techniques of Follow-up • Follow-up techniques includes interview, postcard-survey, or questionnaire • Each has its own advantages and disadvantages
  18. 18. TOOLS USE IN FOLLOW-UP 1. Conducting surveys. 2. Use of telephone. 3. The use of follow up letters.
  19. 19. IMPORTANCE OF FOLLOW-UP • Information obtained through follow-up techniques can be used for improving the curriculum stimulating better teaching, increasing the value of the guidance services and establishing better college and community relationships
  20. 20. References http://www.apsu.edu/counseling/referrals http://prezi.com/3umjrztmdbyj/copy-of-copy-of/ http://www.slgahw.org/spd/index.html?uid=135 http://www.mauryk12.org/teachers_staff/MC PS%20SCHOOL%20COUNSELOR %20REFERRAL%20FORM.pdf
  21. 21. References http://www.auf.edu.ph/modules.php? name=StudentLife&page=Guidance http://www.pnu.edu.ph/page/osass_guidanc e.php http://ssd.mmsu.edu.ph/gc.html http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/index.php? sel_side_subj=24 http://www.slideshare.net/mobile/erlisonlore nzognilla/the-guidance-servicesmatapineda

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