Two New Sub Awards for CDCI's BEST Team

CDCI’s Building Effective Support for Teaching Students (BEST) Project will be awarded funds from two new projects: One award is to develop professional learning opportunities that promote efforts to adopt and implement a whole-school approach to using restorative practices.

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More than Mobility: CDCI Project Raising Funds for Adapted Vehicles

CDCI’s Early Mobility Project is working to raise $500 to be used to purchase part and materials for modifying powered toys to improve outcomes for young children with complex disabilities.

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Partner Profile: Liliane Savard, PT, DPT, PCS

Liliane Savard is an associate faculty member in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, a physical therapist, a member of CDCI's Community Advisory Council, a LEND fellow, Disability Studies Certificate student and Ph.D. candidate. She has recently worked to form the Vermont Autism Collaborative.

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