Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program

Becoming a LEND Long Term Trainee

The LEND long-term training program currently supports graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from the following disciplines and programs. LEND long-term trainees are typically paid a stipend and may be eligible to receive partial tuition remission. If you are interested in becoming a LEND trainee, please contact the core faculty member for your discipline:

Speech-Language Pathology

Special Education

Nutrition

Physical Therapy

Family

  • Lived experience as a family member of someone with ASD/DD and interest in becoming a future leader in the field
  • Core Faculty: Olga Goncharova-Zapata and Angela Mitchell
  • If interested in joining LEND as a family member, please also complete this application and return to Stephanie Kaznica at SKaznica@udel.edu.

Psychology

Becoming a LEND Long Term Trainee

The LEND long-term training program currently supports graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from the following disciplines and programs. LEND long-term trainees are typically paid a stipend and may be eligible to receive partial tuition remission. If you are interested in becoming a LEND trainee, please contact the core faculty member for your discipline:

Speech-Language Pathology

Special Education

Nutrition

Physical Therapy

Family

  • Lived experience as a family member of someone with ASD/DD and interest in becoming a future leader in the field
  • Core Faculty: Olga Goncharova-Zapata and Angela Mitchell
  • If interested in joining LEND as a family member, please also complete this application and return to Stephanie Kaznica at SKaznica@udel.edu.

Psychology