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Solutions and Strategies with Dr Sean: Living the Challenge

Solutions and Strategies with Dr Sean: Living the Challenge

Thursday at 8 AM Pacific

April 20th 2017:Community Supports and Vocational Ideas

On this episode we'll be discussing community integration supports and how they came about and are put into place. We will be talking first with Amanda Albuerez M.S. Director of Community Integration Services for TOTAL Programs and then in our final segment we will bring back Mark and Eva Woodsmall to discuss the Vineyard project called Sparrow Vineyards they started to bring vocational access to young adults with developmental disabilities in the city of Temecula, Ca.

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Amanda Albuerz

My name is Amanda Alburez. I have worked with children with special needs and their families for 26 years this November. As Director of a Children's group home for the first 17 years of my young adult life. I currently work as the Director of Community Integration Services at Sierra Madre Learning Center TOTAL Programs for 12 years this November. This experience taught me to be patient and understanding with children in general. It then became my calling to explore how to better serve children with special needs. I attended Mt. San Antonio College and completed my studies in Early Childhood Education. I received my Bachelors in Teaching with a Specialization in English and my Masters in
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Mark Woodsmall

Mark Woodsmall is the founder of Woodsmall Law Group, PC a law firm based in the San Gabriel Valley area. The firm practices exclusively in the areas of Special Education, Regional Center Matters, Special Needs Trust Planning and Conservatorship. In 2006, Mr. Woodsmall joined the faculty of the USC Gould School of Law as a Professor Adjunct, teaching in the area of special education law. He also served as the teaching attorney in the Special Education Advocacy Training Project – Los Angeles. The SEAT Project, an innovative nationwide advocacy training project, is funded under grant from the US Department of Education and administered through COPAA, The Council of Parent Attorneys &
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Eva Woodsmall

Eva Woodsmall is an Educational advocate and works in the LAw Firm of Woodsmall LawGroup In 2014 Mr. & Mrs. Woodsmall formed the Spero Project, a 501C3, non profit organization dedicated to work training opportunities for young adults (16 to 25 years of age) with developmental disabilities. Mark & Eva Woodsmall are parents of a child with autism. “If I only had the courage, the patience, the strength he does, I would be a remarkable person. Each and every day he works harder than any of us to speak, to share his hopes and dreams, to prove to others that his intelligence is not defined by the words he has but by the words he holds within, and to change the world for the better.”
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