Making Inclusion Work – A Commitment to Excellence at School, at Home, and in the Community.

Nancy Brady is an Inclusion Specialist and an Assistive Technology Specialist in Southern California. Nancy has been working to end segregated education based upon a disability and support inclusive education for those with the most severe disabilities since 2002. Her approach to successful Inclusion is a cooperative venture starting with students and their families, empowering classroom aides and providing teachers with simple ideas and accommodations that are easy to implement on a moment’s notice. Using Assistive Technology and simple classroom accommodations, students with autism who are nonverbal can have access to the general education curriculum in the least restrictive environment as Congress and IDEA intended.



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Nancy Brady, MA-EdSP, ATS
Nancy has a Bachelors Degree in Communication Studies and Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Masters Degree in Special Education from Chapman University. Nancy also has certificate in Assistive Technology from California State University, Dominguez Hills. Nancy completed the Mentorship Project for Communication Partner Support from WAPADH and the Inclusion and Communication Institute Summer Conference at Syracuse University. Nancy is a professional member of RESNA and a parent member of TACA.

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