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Deborah received her undergraduate degree at Suny Geneseo where she did a concentration in preschool development. Deborah completed her graduate degree in Child Development at Syracuse University. She is permanently certified in Special Education in New York State. Deborah spent over ten years as a classroom teacher at the Early Education Program at Main Street School. Deborah is experienced in the area of interdisciplinary communication and collaboration. She also prides herself on helping parents cope with typical and more challenging parenting dilemmas. All of Deborah's twenty years of teaching experience have been with the birth-five population, including,but not limited to, children with Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, extreme prematurity, and general developmental delays.
Debora received her bachelors degree from SUNY Cortland and her masters degree from SUNY Oswego. She has permanent certification in New York State in both Preschool/Elementary Education and Special Education. Debbie is an Adjunct Instructor for Onondaga Community College teaching a number of courses including; Special Education, Child Development, Observation and Assessment, and Community and Family Education. She is a member of the National and Syracuse Chapter of Association for the Education of Young Children. Debbie specializes in working with children from infancy through 10 years of age with a wide range of disorders (ranging from, but not limited to; Autism and Autism-Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, Trisomy 18, Cerebral Palsy, Extreme Prematurity, Social/Emotional and General Behavioral and Developmental Delays. Debbie enjoys providing therapy in homes, daycare facilities, and preschool settings, working collaboratively with families and related service providers. She has experience working with children with moderate/severe and multiple disabilities with a wide range of medical diagnosis.
Kathleen Brandt - Teacher of the visually impaired
Kathleen is CTN's Teacher of the Visually Impaired. No additional information is available.