Do you ever feel like you have too much going on? Do you feel irritated, stressed, or tired doing things that used to make you happy? You might be feeling burnout! Self-advocate Will Johnson shares tips on how to keep you healthy, happy, and on track to accomplish your goals.
New Orleans Public Radio interviewed HDC’s Rose Angelocci, Ph.D., CRC, CWIC and her friends from the Krewe of King Arthur, Mary LeBlanc and Loretta Brehm, about how the parade accommodates riders with disabilities.
STAR Plans help our PAY Check participants set goals for themselves in adulthood and realize the steps needed for success. Follow along with Transition Specialist Michael Curry to create a STAR Plan for yourself!
The Louisiana DeafBlind Project for Children and Youth (LADBP) launch a Deaf-Blind Intervener Training Pilot, aiming to encourage school districts and educators across the state to invest in skilled interveners. LADBP’s Rose Angelocci, Ph.D. and Nicky Gillies, MSNIC are currently working with a paraprofessional in St. Bernard Parish to trial this new training program.
Germaine Collins is a teacher in the Human Development Center’s Early Learning Center (ELC). Located on the first floor of the Human Development Center (HDC) building, the ELC provides high-quality, inclusive early care and education for infants and toddlers. Our teachers are highly qualified professionals who are trained to implement a developmentally appropriate, evidence-based curriculum for infants and toddlers, including those with disabilities and special health care needs.