Dr. Jan Weiner will be honored on February 3, 2007 with the Robert Gaylord-Ross Scholar Award in the area of services for individuals with severe disabilities. at the 25th annual CALTASH conference convening at the Manhattan Beach Marriott.
Fullerton, CA (PRWEB
) February 2, 2007 -- Dr. Jan Weiner will be honored on February 3, 2007 with the Robert Gaylord-Ross Scholar Award in the area of services for individuals with severe disabilities. at the 25th annual CALTASH conference convening at the Manhattan Beach Marriott.
Dr. Weiner is an Associate professor in the Department of Special Education
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, at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) as well as an Executive Board member of the Newport Beach, California non-profit organization Integrated Resources Institute.
At CSUF Dr. Weiner prepares new teachers to integrate students with significant disabilities and autism into regular classrooms. She has completed several demonstration grants and international peer reviewed publications in the primary areas of pre-school
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integration, positive behavior support, and transition to employment for person with significant disabilities.
As an Executive Board Member of Integrated Resources Institute (IRI), she provides consultation and leadership to assist with the development of employment opportunities for adults with significant disabilities. IRI efforts have resulted in multiple successful corporate initiatives for the employment of persons with disabilities.
Integrated Resources Institute is a 501c3 non-profit corporation that provides assistance and resources to persons with disabilities to integrate into the community and employment. Since 1989 they have facilitated the employment of over 20,000 persons with disabilities in the United States and Australia.
CALTASH is a California non-profit member organization that supports practices that promote the resolution that all people, regardless of their label or perceived level of disability, should direct the course of their own lives, and to live and participate successfully in inclusive schools and communities.