Did you miss our webinar on March 10, 2021?
This webinar will review the history of the Peer Navigation movement along with the thoughts of leaders in the field of supporting parents with I/DD; discussion of how the PN Model was implemented in VT over a 5 year period; a review of how the PN Model was implemented in Washington DC, and, finally some thoughts from several Peer Navigators in the DC project to get their perspective on their work with parents and systems in DC. This session will also examine recent legislation around parenting and the outcome of the Sara Gordon case in MA.
This webinar is presented by Susan Yuan, Ph.D and Bernadette Irwin, MS.
Susan has worked in the field of developmental disabilities since the birth of her son, Andreas, 46 years ago. She was the Associate Director of the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion, Vermont’s UCEDD, until 2008, when she retired from the University, and established her consulting firm, Yuan & Associates. Dr. Yuan conducts training on culture and disability, inclusion, family support, and parents with disabilities.
Bernadette was one of the founders of TASP and worked with children with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families for over 30 years, and administered Maryland’s only Supported Parenting program, Growing Together, during her years at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Most recently, Bernadette was the Program Director of TASP’s Successful Parenting DC. (SP-DC) Program, a Peer Navigation Program in Washington DC