Pam Lanier began her career in education in the general education classroom. After her daughter was diagnosed in with autism in 1996 her focus changed. She left the school system and began searching for ways to support her daughter. Seeing Sydney positively respond to behavioral therapy, Pam went back to school to take classes to improve her understanding of the principles of behavior. Hearing of Sydney’s success a principal asked her to return to education but this time in an ESE classroom. Since that time Pam has taught in the self- contained classroom as well as the general education classroom as a support facilitation teacher. She has been an ESE program staffing specialist, a peer mentor for other ESE teachers, and an elementary school assistant principal. She is presently the Exceptional Student Education Director for Highlands County.
#B2-3 Using Telehealth Technologies to Support Behavior Plan Development and Implementation Individuals with challenging behaviors need support across environments and often, across the lifespan. Providing efficient and effective training on the development and implementation of behavior intervention plans can be a challenge given the number of individuals with these types of needs. Telehealth technologies, which […]