Lori Barrett Norton,
Project Coordinator, Community-Based Work Transition Program.

Lori Barrett Norton has worked with persons with significant disabilities for twenty years, including fifteen years in supported employment and three years with a school system. Her passion is learning with people about their gifts, strengths, and talents. She has experience in assisting persons to develop their own businesses, as well as supporting people in customized employment — developing and customizing jobs based on people’s interests and skills, and facilitating supports and follow-up.

Dr. Lisa Ruble will present an I.E.P. Clinic

Dr. Ruble will present research on the importance of the quality and content of Individualized Education Plans of students with autism. Information on ways to evaluate and improve your child’s IEP will be shared. Please bring your child’s IEP so that you can participate in an activity designed to evaluate how well your child’s IEP measures up and ways you can make improvements. Dr. Ruble is a licensed psychologist and a professor in the UK School Psychology Program.