A versatile and fierce child advocate & educator with over 22 years of successful experience in Special Education and a solid focus on the individual needs of special education students with emotional impairments, sensory impairments, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Trisomy 21, physical disabilities, developmental delays, trauma backgrounds, mental health impairments, significant behavioral challenges, and academic learning deficits. A kind-hearted and empathetic professional who is flexible and accommodating to design and implement a multitude of inspiring hands-on lessons that employ a wide-range of manipulatives along with specialized Individual Educational Programming to enhance student achievement. Skilled in addressing student needs, ensuring that students will thrive and develop in a safe, adaptable, and educational environment where they are comfortable taking risks to enhance their overall well being. Dedicated to educate the whole child; healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. Firm & compassionate behavioral management & conflict resolution techniques, possessing excellent interpersonal and communication skills to develop rapport with all members of the school community.
Moderate Disabilities (Pre-K-8)
The following four courses make up a graduate certificate program in Trauma and Learning:
Early Childhood: Students with and without Disabilities, K-3, Professional
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