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University affiliated programs.

UCEDDs

Since 1963, University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDDs) have been working to accomplish a shared vision that foresees a nation in which all Americans, including Americans with disabilities, participate fully in their communities. Independence, productivity, and community inclusion are key components of this vision. Sixty-seven UCEDDs in every state and territory are located in a university setting. Centers are in a unique position to facilitate the flow of disability-related information between community and university. UCEDDs work with people with disabilities, members of their families, state and local government agencies, and community providers in projects that provide training, technical assistance, service, research, and information sharing with a focus on building the capacity of communities to sustain all their citizens. Centers have played key roles in every major disability initiative over the past four decades. Many issues, such as early intervention, healthcare, community-based services, inclusive and meaningful education, transition from school to work, employment, housing, assistive technology, and transportation have been directly benefited by the services, research, and training provided by UCEDDs.

LENDs

Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) programs provide long-term, graduate level interdisciplinary training as well as interdisciplinary services and care. The purpose of the LEND training program is to improve the health of infants, children, and adolescents with disabilities. They accomplish this by preparing trainees from diverse professional disciplines to assume leadership roles in their respective fields and by insuring high levels of interdisciplinary clinical competence.

LEND programs operate within a university system, usually as part of a UCEDD or children's hospital, and collaborate with local university hospitals and/or health care centers. This set-up gives them the expert faculty, facilities, and other resources necessary to provide exceptional interdisciplinary training and services. 34 LENDs currently exist in 27 states and the District of Columbia.

DDRCs

Established by Congress as "centers of excellence" for research in mental retardation and developmental disabilities, Developmental Disabilities Research Centers (DDRCs) represent the nation's first and foremost sustained effort to prevent and treat disabilities through biomedical and behavioral research. DDRCs also contribute to the development and implementation of evidence-based practices by evaluating the effectiveness of biological, biochemical, and behavioral interventions; developing assistive technologies; and advancing prenatal diagnosis and newborn screening. Eight of these 21 research centers are co-located in universities with UCEDDs or LENDs.

These listings were provided by:

Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)

1010 Wayne Ave., Ste. 920

Silver Spring, MD 20910

(301) 588-8252

www.aucd.org

The Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), located in Silver Spring, MD, promotes and supports a national network of interdisciplinary centers on disabilities. The members of AUCD represent every U.S. state and territory and include 67 University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDDs), 34 Interdisciplinary Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Programs and 21 Developmental Disabilities Research Centers (DDRC). Together, these organizations advance policy and practice through research, education, leadership, and services for and with individuals with developmental and other disabilities, their families, and communities, in support of independence, productivity, and satisfying quality of life.

This directory is current as of October 2007

ALABAMA

ALAN K. PERCY, M.D., DIRECTOR

Alabama UCEDD

Civitan International

Research Center

University of Alabama at Birmingham

CIRC 137,

1530 Third Avenue South

Birmingham, AL 35294-0021

(205) 934-5471

(205) 934-1055 (FAX)

(e-mail) apercy@sparks.uab.edu

ALASKA

KAREN M. WARD, ED.D., DIRECTOR

University of Alaska Anchorage UCEDD

Center for Human Development

2702 Gambell Street, Suite 103

Anchorage, AK 99503

(907) 264-6229

(907) 274-4802 (FAX)

(e-mail) afkmw@uaa.alaska.edu

AMERICAN SAMOA

SETH GALEAI, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Pacific Basin UCEDD

American Samoa Site

American Samoa Community College

P.O. Box 2609

Pago Pago, AS 96799

(011)684/699-9155

(011)684/699-2062 (FAX)

(e-mail) s.galeai@ascc.as

ARIZONA

RICHARD CARROLL, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Institute for Human Development

Northern Arizona University

UCEDD

P.O. Box 5630

Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5630

(928) 523-7033

(928) 523-9127 (FAX)

(e-mail) richard.carroll@nau.edu

LESLIE COHEN, JD, DIRECTOR

Sonoran UCEDD

University of Arizona

Department of Family and Community Medicine

1450 North Cherry Avenue

P.O. Box 245052

Tucson, AZ 85724

(520) 626-0080

(e-mail) ljcohen@email.arizona.edu

TAMSEN BASSFORD, M.D., DIRECTOR

Sonoran UCEDD

University of Arizona

Department of Family and Community Medicine

1450 North Cherry Avenue

P.O. Box 245052

Tucson, AZ 85724

(520) 626-7864

(e-mail) bassford@u.arizona.edu

ARKANSAS

DAVID DEERE, MSW, M.TH, DIRECTOR

Partners for Inclusive Communities

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

2001 Pershing Circle, Suite 300

North Little Rock, AR 72114

(501) 682-9917

(501) 682-1486 (FAX)

(e-mail) deereglend@uams.edu

CALIFORNIA

ROBERT A. JACOBS, M.D., M.P.H., DIRECTOR

USC UCEDD

Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

P.O. Box 27980, MS #53

Los Angeles, CA 90027-6062

(323) 669-2300

(323) 671-3842 (FAX)

(e-mail) rjacobs@chla.usc.edu

OLIVIA RAYNOR, PH.D., OTR DIRECTOR

Tarjan Center for Developmental Disabilities

University of California, Los

Angeles UCEDD

Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital

300 UCLA Medical Plaza,

Suite 3302

Los Angeles, CA 90095-6967

(310) 794-1141

(310)794-1143 (FAX)

(e-mail) oraynor@mednet.ucla.edu

ANDREW RUSSELL, M.D., CO-DIRECTOR

Tarjan Center for Developmental Disabilities

University of California, Los Angeles UCEDD

Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital

300 UCLA Medical Plaza,

Suite 3302

Los Angeles, CA 90095-6967

(310) 825-0389

(310) 206-4446 (FAX)

(e-mail) arussell@mednet.ucla.edu

ROBIN HANSEN, M.D., DIRECTOR

M.I.N.D. Institute

Department of Pediatrics

School of Medicine

University of California Davis

2825 50th Street

Sacramento, CA 95817

(916) 703-0235

(e-mail) robin.hansen@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu

COLORADO

CORDELIA ROBINSON, PH.D., R.N., DIRECTOR

JFK Partners

University of Colorado at Denver

and Health Sciences Center

4200 East 9th Avenue, Box C221

Denver, CO 80262

(303) 864-5261

(303) 864-5270 (FAX)

(e-mail) robinson.cordelia@tchden.org

CONNECTICUT

MARY BETH BRUDER, PH.D., DIRECTOR

A.J. Pappanikou Center for Developmental Disabilities

University of Connecticut

Health Center

263 Farmington Avenue,

MC 6222

Farmington, CT 06030-6222

(860) 679-1500

(860) 679-1588 (FAX)

(e-mail) bruder@nso1.uchc.edu

DELAWARE

MICHAEL GAMEL-MCCORMICK, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center for Disabilities Studies

College of Human Services,

Education & Public Policy

University of Delaware

461 Wyoming Road

Newark, DE 19716

(302) 831-6974

(302) 831-4690 (FAX)

(e-mail) mgm@udel.edu

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

PHYLLIS R. MAGRAB, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Georgetown University UCEDD

Center for Child and Human

Development

3300 Whitehaven, Street, N.W.

Suite 3300, Box 571485

Washington, DC 20057-1485

(202) 687-8837

(202) 687-1954 (FAX)

(e-mail) magrabp@georgetown.edu

FLORIDA

DANIEL ARMSTRONG, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Mailman Center for ChildDevelopment

University of Miami School of Medicine

Department of Pediatrics (D 820)

P.O. Box 016820

1601 N.W. 12th Avenue,

Room 3036A

Miami, FL 33101

(305)243-6801

(305)243-5978 (FAX)

(e-mail) darmstrong@miami.edu

DONALD K. KINCAID, ED.D. ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Florida Center for Inclusive Communities

University of South Florida

Louis de la Parte

Florida Mental Health Institute

13301 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

Tampa, FL 33612-3807

(813) 974-7684

(813) 974-6115 (FAX)

(e-mail) Kincaid@fmhi.usf.edu

LISE FOX, PH.D., PROFESSOR & DIVISION DIRECTOR

Florida Center for Inclusive Communities

University of South Florida

Louis de la Parte

Florida Mental Health Institute

13301 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard

Tampa, FL 33612-3807

(813) 974-6100

(813) 974-6115 (FAX)

(e-mail) fox@fmhi.usf.edu

GEORGIA

ZOLINDA STONEMAN, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Institute on Human Development and Disability

The University of Georgia

River's Crossing Building

850 College Station Road

Athens, GA 30602-4806

(706) 542-4827

(706) 542-4815 (FAX)

(e-mail) zo@uga.edu

JOHN LUTZKER, PH.D., DIRECTOR

The Marcus Institute

1920 Briarcliff Road

Atlanta, GA 30329

(404) 419-4000

(e-mail) lutzkerj@marcus.org

GUAM

HEIDI SAN NICOLAS, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Guam UCEDD

University of Guam

Office of Academic Affairs,

UOG Station

Mangilao, GU 96923

(671) 735-2481

(671) 734-5709 (FAX)

(e-mail) heidisan@uog.edu

HAWAII

ROBERT A. STODDEN, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center on Disability Studies

University of Hawaii at Manoa

1776 University Avenue, UA4-6

Honolulu, HI 96822

(808) 956-9199

(808) 956-5713 (FAX)

(e-mail) stodden@hawaii.edu

IDAHO

JULIE ANNE FODOR, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center on Disabilities and Human Development

University of Idaho UCEDD

College of Education

129 West Third Street

Moscow, ID 83843

(208) 885-3574

(208) 885-3628 (FAX)

(e-mail) jfodor@uidaho.edu

ILLINOIS

TAMAR HELLER, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Institute on Disability & Human Development

University of Illinois at Chicago

1640 West Roosevelt Road

Chicago, IL 60608-6904

(312) 413-1647

(312) 413-4098 (FAX)

(e-mail) theller@uic.edu

INDIANA

DAVID M. MANK, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Indiana Institute on Disability and Community

Indiana University

2853 East Tenth Street

Bloomington, IN 47408-2696

(812) 855-6508

(812) 855-9630 (FAX)

(e-mail) dmank@indiana.edu

IOWA

ROBERT BACON, M.A., DIRECTOR

Center for Disabilities and Development, Iowa UCEDD

University Hospital School

The University of Iowa

100 Hawkins Drive, Room 225-B

Iowa City, IA 52242-1011

(319) 356-1335

(319) 356-8284 (FAX)

(e-mail) robert-bacon@uiowa.edu

KANSAS

MICHAEL L. WEHMEYER, PH.D., DIRECTOR

University of Kansas UCEDD

Schiefelbusch Institute for Life Span Studies

1052 Robert Dole Human

Development Center

Lawrence, KS 66045

(785) 864-0723

(785) 864-3458 (FAX)

(e-mail) wehmeyer@ku.edu

KENTUCKY

HAROLD L. KLEINERT, ED.D., DIRECTOR

Interdisciplinary Human

Development Institute

Office of the Vice President for Research

University of Kentucky UCEDD

126 Mineral Industries Building

Lexington, KY 40506-0051

(859) 257-3045

(859) 323-1901 (FAX)

(e-mail) hklein@uky.edu

LOUISIANA

PHILIP WILSON, PH.D., DIRECTOR

LSUHSC-Human Development Center

School of Allied Health

Professions

1900 Gravier Street, 10th Floor

Room 1036

New Orleans, LA 70112-2262

(504) 556-7573

(504) /568-6761 (FAX)

(e-mail) pwilso2@lsuhsc.edu

MAINE

LUCILLE A. ZEPH, ED.D., DIRECTOR

Center for Community Inclusion & Disability Studies

The University of Maine

5717 Corbett Hall

Orono, ME 04469-5717

(207) 581-1207

(207) 581-1231 (FAX)

(e-mail) lu.zeph@umit.maine.edu

MARYLAND

JUDY LEVY, MSW, DIRECTOR

Kennedy Krieger Institute

The Johns Hopkins University

707 North Broadway

Baltimore, MD 21205

(443) 923-9200

(443) 923-9405 (FAX)

(e-mail) levy@kennedykrieger.org

MASSACHUSETTS

WILLIAM E. KIERNAN, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Institute for Community Inclusion UCEDD

University of Massachusetts

Boston

100 Morrissey Boulevard

Boston, MA 02125

(617) 287-4311

(617) 355-7940 (FAX)

(e-mail) william.kiernan@umb.edu

CHARLES D. HAMAD, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics

University of Massachusetts

Medical School

200 Trapelo Road

Waltham, MA 02452-6319

(781) 642-0048

(781) 642-0238 (FAX)

(e-mail) Charles.Hamad@umassmed.edu

MICHIGAN

BARBARA W. LEROY, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Developmental Disabilities Institute

Wayne State University

4809 Woodward Avenue

268 Leonard N. Simons Building

Detroit, MI 48202

(313) 577-0334

(313)577-3770 (FAX)

(e-mail) B_Le_Roy@wayne.edu

DAVID R. JOHNSON, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Institute on Community Integration

University of Minnesota

102 Pattee Hall

150 Pillsbury Drive, S.E.,

Room 102

Minneapolis, MN 55455-0223

(612) 624-1062

(612) 624-8279 (FAX)

(e-mail) johns006@tc.umn.edu

MISSISSIPPI

JANE Z. SIDERS, ED.D., DIRECTOR

Institute for Disability Studies

University of Southern Mississippi

118 College Drive #5163

Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001

(601) 266-5695

(601) 266-5114 (FAX)

(e-mail) jane.siders@usm.edu

MISSOURI

CARL F. CALKINS, PH.D., DIRECTOR

UMKC Institute for Human

Development UCEDD

2220 Holmes Street, 3rd Floor

Kansas City, MO 64108

(816) 235-1755

(816) 235-1762 (FAX)

(e-mail) calkinsc@umkc.edu

MONTANA

R. TIMM VOGELSBERG, PH.D., DIRECTOR

The University of Montana

Rural Institute UCEDD

52 Corbin Hall, 634 Eddy Avenue

Missoula, MT 59812-7056

(406) 243-5467

(406) 243-4730 (FAX)

(e-mail) rtvogels@ruralinstitute.umt.edu

N. MARIANAS ISLANDS

DAVID ATTAO, M.A., DIRECTOR

Pacific Basin UCEDD

Northern Marianas College

School of Education

P.O. Box 501250

Saipan, MP 96950

(011) 670/234 5498 -x1014

(011)670-235-3253 (FAX)

(e-mail) dattao@nmcnet.edu

NEBRASKA

J. MICHAEL LEIBOWITZ, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Nebraska UCEDD

Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics & Rehabilitation

985450 Nebraska Medical Center

Omaha, NE 68198-5450

(402) 559-5702

(402) 559-5737 (FAX)

(e-mail) mleibowi@unmc.edu

NEVADA

JOANN JOHNSON, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Nevada UCEDD

University of Nevada, Reno

Research and Educational

Planning Center, MS/285

Reno, NV 89557-0082

(775) 784-4921

(775) 784 4997 (FAX)

(e-mail) joannj@unr.edu

NEW HAMPSHIRE

JAN NISBET, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Institute on Disability UCEDD

University of New Hampshire

10 West Edge Drive, Suite 101

Durham, NH 03824-3595

(603) 862-4320

(603) 862-0034 (FAX)

(e-mail) jan.nisbet@unh.edu

NEW JERSEY

DEBORAH M. SPITALNIK, PH.D., DIRECTOR

The Elizabeth M. Boggs Center UCEDD

UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson

Medical School

Liberty Plaza, P.O. Box 2688

335 George Street, Suite 3500

New Brunswick, NJ 08903-2688

(732) 235-9326

(732) 235-9330 (FAX)

(e-mail) deborah.spitalnik@umdnj.edu

NEW MEXICO

CATHERINE MCCLAIN, M.D., P.T., DIRECTOR

University of New Mexico

Center for Development & Disability

Department of Pediatrics

2300 Menaul Boulevard NE

Albuquerque, NM 87107

(505) 272-0322

(505) 272-5280 (FAX)

(e-mail) cmcclain@salud.unm.edu

NEW YORK

ROBERT W. MARION, M.D., DIRECTOR

Rose F. Kennedy Center UCEDD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Yeshiva University

1410 Pelham Parkway South,

Room 237

Bronx, NY 10461

(718) 515-0394

(718) 904-1162 (FAX)

(e-mail) rmarion@montefiore.org

PHILIP W. DAVIDSON, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities

University of Rochester

Golisano Children's Hospital

at Strong

601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 671

Rochester, NY 14642-8671

(585) 275-6626

(585) 275-3366 (FAX)

(e-mail) Phil_Davidson@urmc.rochester.edu

ANSLEY BACON, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Westchester Institute for Human Development

325 Cedarwood Hall

Valhalla, NY 10595

(914) 493-8204

(914) 493-1973 (FAX)

(e-mail) ABacon@wihd.org

NORTH CAROLINA

GREGORY OLLEY, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center for Development & Learning

University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill

Campus Box 7255

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7255

(919) 966-4613

(919) 966-4808 (FAX)

(e-mail) greg.olley@cdl.unc.edu

NORTH DAKOTA

M. BRYCE FIFIELD, PH.D., DIRECTOR

North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities

Minot State University

500 University Avenue West

Minot, ND 58707

(701) 858-3580

(701) 858-3483 (FAX)

(e-mail) Bryce.Fifield@minotstateu.edu

OHIO

SONYA OPPENHEIMER, M.D., DIRECTOR

University of Cincinnati UCEDD

Cincinnati Children's Division of Developmental Disabilities

Children's Hospital

Medical Center

MLC 4002, 3333 Burnet Avenue

Cincinnati, OH 45229-3039

(513) 636-8323

(513) 636-7361 (FAX)

(e-mail) sonya.oppenheimer@cchmc.org

STEVEN REISS, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Nisonger Center

Ohio State University

1581 Dodd Drive

357 McCampbell Hall

Columbus, OH 43210

(614) 292-2390

(614) 292-3727 (FAX)

(e-mail) Reiss.7@osu.edu

OKLAHOMA

VALERIE N. WILLIAMS, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center for Learning and Leadership

University of Oklahoma

Health Sciences Center

College of Medicine

P.O. Box 26901-ROB 342

Oklahoma City, OK 73190-3042

(405) 271-2688 Ext. 215

(405) 271-4092 (FAX)

(e-mail) valerie-williams@ouhsc.edu

OREGON

HILL M. WALKER, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center on Human Development

University of Oregon UCEDD

College of Education

5252 University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 97403-5252

(541) 346-3591

(541)346-5639 (FAX)

(e-mail) hwalker@uoregon.edu

GLORIA L. KRAHN, PH.D., M.P.H., DIRECTOR

Oregon Institute on Disability & Development

Oregon Health & Science University

Child Development & Rehabilitation Center

P.O. Box 574, 707 S.W.

Gaines Road

Portland, OR 97207-0574

(503) 494-8364

(503) 494-6868 (FAX)

(e-mail) krahng@ohsu.edu

PENNSYLVANIA

DIANE NELSON BRYEN, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Institute on Disabilities UCEDD

Temple University

University Services Building

1601 North Broad Street,

Suite 610

Philadelphia, PA 19122

(215) 204-1356

(215) 204-6336 (FAX)

(e-mail) dianeb@temple.edu

PUERTO RICO

ANNIE ALONSO AMADOR, PSY.D., MSW, DIRECTOR

Puerto Rico UCEDD

Graduate School of Public Health

Medical Sciences Campus

University of Puerto Rico

P.O. Box 365067

San Juan, PR 00936-5067

(787) 754-4377

(787) 764-5424 (FAX)

(e-mail) aalonso@rcm.upr.edu;

tainno@yahoo.com

RHODE ISLAND

A. ANTHONY ANTOSH, ED.D., DIRECTOR

Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities

Rhode Island College

600 Mount Pleasant Avenue

Providence, RI 02908

(401) 456-8072

(401) 456-8150 (FAX)

(e-mail) aantosh@ric.edu

SOUTH CAROLINA

RICHARD R. FERRANTE, PH.D., DIRECTOR

University of South Carolina

Center for Disability Resources

Department of Pediatrics

School of Medicine

Benson Building, 1st Floor

Columbia, SC 29208

(803) 935-5248

(803) 935-5059 (FAX)

(e-mail) richardf@cdd.sc.edu

SOUTH DAKOTA

JUDY STRUCK, M.A., DIRECTOR

Center for Disabilities

The University of South Dakota

School of Medicine & Health Sciences

1400 West 22nd Street

Sioux Falls, SD 57105-1570

(605) 357-1439

(605)357-1438 (FAX)

(e-mail) Judy.Struck@usd.edu

TENNESSEE

FREDERICK B. PALMER, M.D., DIRECTOR

Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities

University of Tennessee

Health Science Center

711 Jefferson Avenue

Memphis, TN 38105

(901) 448-6512

(901) 448-7097 (FAX)

(e-mail) fpalmer@utmem.edu

ELISABETH M. DYKENS, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Kennedy Center Institute

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

406B MRL Building, Peabody

Box 40

230 Appleton Place

Nashville, TN 37203

(615) 322-8945

(615) 322-8236 (FAX)

(e-mail) Elisabeth.dykens@vanderbilt.edu

TEXAS

PENNY SEAY, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Texas Center for Disability Studies

The University of Texas at Austin

J. J. Pickle Research Campus

10100 Burnet Road

Building 137, Room 1.154

Austin, TX 78758-4445

(512) 232-0745

(512) 232-0761 (FAX)

(e-mail) pseay@mail.utexas.edu

MICHAEL R. BENZ, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center on Disability & Development

Texas A&M University

Department of Educational

Psychology

704 Harrington Tower

4225 Texas A&M University

College Station, TX 77843-4225

(979) 845-1831

(979) 862-1256 (FAX)

(e-mail) mbenz@tamu.edu

UTAH

SARAH RULE, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center for Persons with Disabilities

Utah State University

6800 Old Main Hill

Logan, UT 84322-6800

(435) 797-1987

(435) 797-3944 (FAX)

(e-mail) sarah.rule@usu.edu

VERMONT

SUSAN RYAN, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center on Disability and Community Inclusion

University of Vermont UCEDD

Mann Hall--3rd Floor

208 Colchester Avenue

Burlington, VT 05405-1757

(802) 656-1143

(802) 656-1357 (FAX)

(e-mail) Susan.Ryan@uvm.edu

VIRGINIA

FRED P. ORELOVE, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Partnership for People with Disabilities

Virginia UCEDD

Virginia Commonwealth University

700 E. Franklin Street, 10th Floor

P.O. Box 843020

Richmond, VA 23284-3020

(804) 828-3908

(804) 828-0042 (FAX)

(e-mail) forelove@vcu.edu

VIRGIN ISLANDS

YEGIN HABTES, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Virgin Islands UCEDD

University of the Virgin Islands

Office of the Provost and Senior

Vice President, #2

John Brewers Bay

St. Thomas, VI 00803

(340) 693-1323

(340) 693-1325 (FAX)

(e-mail) yhabtes@uvi.edu

WASHINGTON

MICHAEL J. GURALNICK, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center on Human Development & Disability

University of Washington

P.O. Box 357920

Seattle, WA 98195-7920

(206) 543-2832

(206) 543 3417 (FAX)

(e-mail) mjgural@u.washington.edu

WEST VIRGINIA

ASHOK S. DEY, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Center for Excellence in Disabilities

West Virginia University

Robert C. Byrd Health

Sciences Center

959 Hartman Run Road,

Research Park

Morgantown, WV 26505

(304) 293 4692

(304) 293-7294 (FAX)

(e-mail) adey@hsc.wvu.edu

WISCONSIN

LEONARD ABBEDUTO, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Waisman Center on Mental Retardation & Human Development

University of Wisconsin-Madison

1500 Highland Avenue

Madison, WI 53705-2280

(608) 263-1737

(608) 263-7710 (FAX)

(e-mail) abbeduto@waisman.wisc.edu

DANIEL BIER, MS, MPA, CAE, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Waisman Center UCEDD

University of Wisconsin-Madison

1500 Highland Avenue

Madison, WI 53705-2280

(608) 263-5254

(608)263-0529 (FAX)

(e-mail) bier@waisman.wisc.edu

WYOMING

KENNETH B. HEINLEIN, PH.D., DIRECTOR

Wyoming INstitute for Disabilities (WIND)

University of Wyoming

Department 4298

1000 E. University Avenue

Laramie, WY 82071-4298

(307)766-2766

(307)766-2763 (FAX)

(e-mail) heinlein@uwyo.edu

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Publication:The Exceptional Parent
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Date:Jan 1, 2008
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