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Supporting Meaningful Transition

Supporting youth to transition to adult life is a significant area of emphasis for the work of the Sherlock Center. Watch our new video to learn how the Sherlock Center is promoting meaningful transition through training, technical assistance and family engagement.

April 3, 2018

Meet the 2018 Sherlock Center Trainees!

As a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD), the Sherlock Center recruits trainees from various disciplines to develop their knowledge of disability issues at a local and national level. Trainees partner with staff and faculty to support current projects, participate in topical seminars, and attend national conferences and events.
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Lucinda Churchill

Lucinda (Lucy) is a graduate student in the School of Social Work at Rhode Island College. She is working on a graduate certificate in trauma informed care and will earn her MSW in May. Lucy has extensive experience working with young children and infants; paying particular attention to helping families overcome barriers in school and the community. As a trainee, Lucy is interested in applying her knowledge and interest in trauma informed care to enhance supports for people with disabilities.

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Nicole Meglio

Nicole is a first year graduate student in School Psychology Program at Rhode Island College. Nicole is interested in working with elementary school students and their families. She recently provided technical assistance to Henry Barnard Laboratory School to support inclusion of a young student who has Autism. As a trainee, Nicole is interested in learning how to help students succeed not only academically, but also behaviorally, socially and emotionally.

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Brittany Resendes

Brittany is an undergraduate student in the School Psychology Program at Rhode Island College. She is currently interning as a School Psychologist at McCourt Middle School in Cumberland, RI, as well as completing a practicum at Elizabeth Carter Brooks Elementary School in New Bedford, MA. Brittanys focus as a trainee is Autism Education.

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Carla V. Sánchez De Andrade

Carla is a graduate student in the School Psychology Program at Rhode Island College. She is an intern in the Providence Public School District.  Carla likes to stay focused on the successful stores of people with diverse or significant disabilities – how they go against the odds to accomplish their goals. As a trainee, she plans to focus on advocacy, grant writing and learning more about available resources to support people with disabilities.

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Lori Turner

Lori is a graduate student in the Elementary Education Program at Rhode Island College. Lori has a background in social work, however, her long-term goal is to be a Special Education Teacher at the elementary level. As a trainee, Lori is focused on learning more about educational advocacy for students in state care and is interested in Autism Education.

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Meg Voyer

Meg is a graduate student in the Art Education Program at Rhode Island College. She received her Bachelors in Fine Arts with a concentration in painting from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2016. Meg had the opportunity to work with students with disabilities through her elementary practicum experience. As a trainee, Meg would like to gain knowledge about the disability field that she can apply to her future career as an art educator.

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