The Continence Project is a collaborative project of the Vermont I-Team at CDCI, the Vermont Department of Education, Vermont Department of Aging and Independent Living, and Vermont Department of Health Children with Special Health Needs.
The mission of the Continence Project is to make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities through the acquisition of independent toileting, which has an impact on the quality of life of these individuals. Because of its profound impact on a person's health, self-esteem, and independence, toilet training should be treated as a priority.
Meet our New Project Coordinator Deb Sharpe
Deb Sharpe is an Occupational Therapist with 34 years of experience working with children and families in hospital, clinic, school, home, and community settings. Her interest is in supporting individuals to reach their goals of independence and inclusion through collaboration with families and team members. She is a Related Service Provider with the VT I-Team and consultant with the VT Assistive Technology Project through her private practice, Riverstone Therapy.
Last modified October 21 2013 04:12 PM