Sara is a Master's level Educational Specialist and Interventional trainer. She provides consulation and advocacy for families, helping them to receive the best possible intervention and services for their child. In addition to supporting families, Sara also provides consultation to professionals who need support in creating specialized intervention for students within the school setting.
Sara has nearly two decades of experience, educating children and families. She started her career as an Early Intervention specialist and Early Education educator. She spent many years in the classroom as an Early Childhood Special Education teacher, as well as a teacher for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Sara has received teaching certifications in 3 states and currently holds 3 Special Education endorsements as a certified teacher in Michigan.
Sara obtained her Bachelors of Science in Special Education with a specialization in Early Intervention and Family Studies from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She holds a Masters of Education with a major in Special Education and a focus on autism from Wayne State University in Michigan. Sara is a Certified Special Education teacher with the following three Special Education endorsements: Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Cognitive Impairments.
Sara is also a Licensed PLAY Project® Consultant as well as a Teaching PLAY Consultant, trained by it's founder, Dr. Richard Solomon M.D. Her services included opportunities for distance based, home based or school based training. With training to parents, as well as professionals in this model. This parent implemented approach was developed from the Floortime/ DIR model. Sara helps families build a relationship with their child through PLAY.
Sara is also a Certified Teaching PLAY Consultant and Supervisior. This is the adapted PLAY Project model designed for the classroom.
As well as being a master clinician in this model, Sara is a PLAY Project Supervisor who provides training and supervision globally, for professionals who are pursuing the PLAY Project and Teaching PLAY Certification.
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G. G. Macomb, MI
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