I'm a graduate of UCLA and California State University, Los Angeles. I have my M.A. and teaching credential in Special Education, Assessment Certifications in Assistive Technology and Alternative-Augmentative Communication (AAC) and my Administrative Services Credential.
I live in Los Angeles with my husband, our twins and our dog. My kids are unique learners and I've sat on both sides of the IEP meeting as both a professional and a parent.
Recently, I was interviewed for the Bloomberg News, "Apps That Are Defining Accessibility" for my work with students with visual impairments. Check out the full article!
My twin sister Elizabeth (right) is a veteran general education teacher who often provides practical insight on my technology solutions, especially regarding students in inclusion placements. She recently co-presented with me at a technology conference.
My recent presentation focused on tools for students struggling during remote learning,
Start with your school team. The collaboration among team members is important to a student's success. But if a student still exhibits significant challenges with communication, study skills and academics, it might be time to complete an assistive technology assessment.
Please contact me for my resume and rate sheet.
Los Angeles, California, United States