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.
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.
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.
- Building Wider Doors for Inclusive Excellence at Blackboard Jungle
- Dr. Jesús Treviño Brings Inclusive Excellence Training to Vermont
- CDCI Project Profile: Pamela Cummings and I-Team Early Intervention
- Community Partner: Developmental Disabilities Council
- Community Parter: Vermont Coalition for Disability Rights
- UVM Partner Profile: Sefakor Komabu-Pomeyie
- International Partner Profile: 2018 ADA Inclusive Employment International Fellow Victoria Lihiru
- International Partner Profile: 2017 ADA Inclusive Education International Fellow Renata Bonotto, Ph.D.
- New Beginnings: Transition for the Vermont Sensory Access Project
- CDCI Project & Employee Profile: Supported Employment with Bryan Dague, Ed.D.
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