Building Alliance: A Design for System Change that Supports Students with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities ::::. AHEAD - New Orleans July 13, 2012. Presenters:. Deborah Zuver - Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities, University of North Carolina
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AHEAD - New Orleans
July 13, 2012
Deborah Zuver, MA, LMFT
Cofacilitator, NC Postsecondary Education Alliance
Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
250+ PSE Options
North Carolina: WCU
Mission: to expand options for
Postsecondary Education in NC
Nance Longworth, MSRC, Academic Access & Disability Resources Coordinator
Davidson College, Davidson, NC
Monica Isbell, MSW
Alamance Community College
Graham, North Carolina
Year-long post-secondary certificate program for adults with intellectual/ developmental disabilities.
This entry-level program provides a foundation for transitioning into a career or additional paperwork.
The students further develop reading, math and computer skills along with participation in a hands-on practicum experience within a specific program of study.
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Lance Alexis, Ed.D., Director of Disability Services
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