Ohio University (Special Education)
Ohio University (Master's)
I am an intervention specialist/special education teacher with 15 years of experience. I have taught students who have been diagnosed with a wide range of disabilites such as ADD/ADHD disorder, multiple disabilities, cerebral palsy, autism, Down Syndrome, Tourette Syndrome, emotional/behavioral disorders, deaf, blind, just to name a few. I have taught students in a variety of settings as well, including, the public school classroom, within the community, Board of Developmental Disabilities setting, workshop, and even a former community based classroom at a shopping mall. My area of specialty is multiple disabilities, however, I am also very experienced working with students who have learning disabilities in the regular education classroom. I have modified classwork and provided interventions to help these students succeed with their regular education peers. I have always greatly enjoyed working with all children, especially those with physical, mental, or learning disabilities. I have a great rapport with children, both young, middle and high school age. I also am always sure to provide good communication with parents.
I have a Master's Degree from Ohio University, Athens, Ohio as an intervention specialist with a certification in severe to profound disabilities, specific learning disabilities, mild to moderate, emotionally disturbed, and cognitive disabilities.
I am ready to help your child succeed! Please contact me if you feel that I am that person who can inspire your child! I am an intervention specialist/special education teacher with 15 years of experience. I have taught students who have been diagnosed with a wide range of disabilites such as ADD/ADHD disorder, multiple disabilities, cerebral palsy, autism,
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