Virginia Iverson: Ginny is the Northwest Region Educational Consultant for the Vermont I-Team. She has worked in the field of education for more than 35 years as a teacher assistant, an educator, an administrator, and a consultant. In addition to teaching fifth grade, she has been a special education teacher across the continuum of placements, including institutions, special schools and classes, and inclusive classrooms from preschool through high school. She also teaches courses at the university level and presents nationally on issues related to inclusive education. As an educational consultant for the I-Team, she provides consultation, training, and technical assistance to teams of educators, parents, and related services providers on behalf of students with intensive special education needs. She is primarily interested in blending systematic instruction with inclusive educational practices for students with severe disabilities.
Phone: (802) 355-5449
Janet Lockyer: Janet Lockyer has some assignments in the Northwest Region as an Educational Consultant for the Vermont I-Team. She holds a Master of Education and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in Intensive Special Education and is a Qualified Developmental Disability Professional. Janet has a Vermont Teaching Certification in Intensive Special Needs Grades K-12 and has extensive experience as a Behavior Consultant.
Jolene Blanchard: Jolene is the Northwest Region Family Resources Consultant for the Vermont I-Team and the Vermont Sensory Access Project. She is a parent who has strong experience in IEP development and navigating both the medical and special education systems. She has been managing her daughter’s High-tech home care program for 13 years and is well versed in recruiting, training, and supervising home care staff. This experience is a valuable asset to share with other families whose children need intensive health care supports provided in school or at home. Jolene assists and encourages families to explore resources that will improve both the student's and family's quality of life.
Phone: (802)233-2555 (cell)
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