ETA DisAbility Online
ETA DisAbility Online provides leadership in the development of national policy related to programs and services under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 that impact individuals with disabilities.
Faculty Senate’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee
The committee is responsible for goals, policies and practices for consideration by the university and senate pertaining to diversity.
Family Support and Healthcare Alliance Delaware
Family Support and Healthcare Alliance Delaware (SHADE) is a collaborative alliance of family partners and organizations committed to improving the quality of life for children and youth with special health care needs by connecting families and providers to information, resources, and services.
Freedom Center for Independent Living
The Freedom Center for Independent Living works toward equality and inclusion for people with disabilities through programs of empowerment, community education and systems change.
Governor’s Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens
The Governor’s Advisory Council For Exceptional Citizens (GACEC) provides leadership through advice giving and advocacy for the education of and amelioration of unmet needs of citizens of all ages who are exceptional.
Hearing Loss Association of America: Delaware Chapter
Hearing Loss Association of America: Delaware Chapter provides assistance and resources for people with hearing loss and their families to learn how to adjust to living with a hearing loss.
Independent Resources, Inc.
Independent Resources, Inc. (IRI) is a non-residential, private, non-profit, consumer controlled, community-based organization providing services for advocacy by and for persons with all types of disabilities.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society: Delaware Chapter
The national Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. See the link for information regarding local events supporting their research, patient support, and information programs.
M.A./Ed.S. in School Psychology
The Specialist program requires three years of full-time study. New students apply to and first enter the Master of Arts (M.A.) in School Psychology program. Upon completion of the first year of coursework (30 credits) and passing of a comprehensive exam, students are awarded an M.A. in School Psychology. All students are expected to continue their studies to earn the Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology, which requires 30 additional credits including a 1,200-hour internship.
M.Ed. in Exceptional Children and Youth
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Exceptional Children and Youth degree program is designed to develop professional educators committed to careers that involve children, youth, and adults with disabilities. Graduates are prepared to work as special education teachers, education consultants, or educational technology specialists.