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I have a Master's in Education from Plymouth State University and a bachelors degree in Human Service from Springfield College. My approach encompasses the whole person and that includes families and supports of the family to help to them all be strong and successful. I have been an educator and administrator of an Early Intervention program, attended the intensive year long program at University of NH Leadership in Autism Spectrum Disorder Program, is a board member of Early Intervention and Education Network, and participates in Watch Me Grow for developmental screening and Early Screening and Diagnosis committees at the state level. I am also is an adjunct professor at UNH and Plymouth State University. I am the Ambassador to the Center for Disease Control for the State of NH. No one asks to have a family member with a disability. It is a challenging job that goes above and beyond just being a parent. I can help!
I'm a freelance writer, educator, and wedding officiant based in Philadelphia. I'm passionate about writing and teaching about wellness, spiritual growth, Judaism, parenting and more. My books include The Creative Jewish Wedding Book and The Kitchen Classroom. I'm a featured blogger for WHYY Philly Parenting and I write for and edit The New Normal: Blogging Disability. As director of "Whole Community Inclusion" at Jewish Learning Venture, I have the awesome opportunity of leading disability awareness training across the Philadelphia Jewish Community. I'm a mom of two amazing kids, love my yellow lab and have worked as a wedding officiant with Journeys of the Heart for 7 years.
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