Sally Reed Crawford
Sally Reed Crawford, M.A., is a Project Consultant in the Early Childhood Center at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University. Reed Crawford earned a Master degree in Educational Psychology and Early Childhood Education from California State University Northridge, (1979). She has extensive experience working with young children, their families, and their supplemental providers in a variety of settings: hospital acute care, early intervention home visits, general education and special education preschool classrooms. Additionally, she has taught classes at IUPUI, IVTC, and for Day Nursery, and provided professional development and mentoring for Indiana First Steps providers, early childhood educators, disability agency direct service providers, and coordinated a parent to parent mentoring program at a leading disability agency in Indiana.
Reed Crawford continues consultation work with school systems and community agencies around the topics of transition planning, futures or
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