National Center on Deaf-Blindness
: Initiative Lead for Early Identification and Referral
Portland, OR 97202
Emma Nelson is a initiative lead for NCDB in the area of Early Identification and Referral. She is certified as an early childhood special educator and has taught infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with complex needs including DeafBlindness in classrooms, community, and home based settings. From 2013 - 2018 she was the Project Director of the Vermont Sensory Access Project, Vermont’s Federal DeafBlind Project, and was also the Project Director of the Vermont I-Team Early Intervention Project, a project that supports local providers serving infants and toddlers with intensive special needs and their families. Emma is trained in Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) and the CVI Range. Emma earned her Master's degree at Hunter College in Early Childhood Special Education with a concentration in severe and multiple disabilities and deafblindness.
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