Cori Hill, MEd

Partnership for People with Disabilities
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia University Center for Excellence
PO Box 843020
700 E. Franklin Street
Richmond, VA 23284-3020
 
Phone: 540-943-6776
Email: cfhill@vcu.edu
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Last Updated: September 08, 2009

Cori Hill
 

Primary Activity Coordinators: Early Intervention
Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Integrated Training Collaborative
 
Discipline(s): Education: Early Intervention/Early Childhood
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
 
Research: Early Intervention-supports and services in natural environments; family systems
Education: M.Ed. James Madison University 1990 Early Childhood Education
B.A. University of Virginia 1987 Psychology

Vita/Bio

 

Vita

CORINNE FOLEY HILL

34 Hermitage Estates Road

Waynesboro, Virginia

PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION

Degree   Institution                          Year                        Specialization
M.Ed.      James Madison University  1990                      Early Childhood Education
B.A.        University of Virginia           1987                      Psychology


 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES 

Position                           Agency                                       Dates   

VA EI Training Spec. Partnership for People w/Disabilities 2002-present  

PACE Director           H-R Comm. Svs Board                        1992-2002

Neuropsych Tech      Neuro-Rehab. Assoc.                          1989-1992

Neuropsych Tech      Woodrow Wilson Rehab.                    1987-1989             

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS 

Council for Exceptional Children, Member

Division for Early Childhood, Member

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Hill, C.F. (2007) The Slide. In J. Canfield, M.V. Hansen, H. McNamara, K. Simmons (Eds.), Chicken soup for the soul: children with special needs. Health Communications, Inc.

Hill, C.F. & Burke, C. (Eds.). (2007). Amazing babies: an overview of development from birth to thirty-six months. Richmond, VA: Partnership for People with Disabilities.

Hill, C.F. & Quinonez, S. (Eds.) (2006). Kaleidoscope: New perspectives in service coordination, level I. Richmond, VA; Partnership for People with Disabilities.

Hill, C.F. (Ed.) (2006). Kaleidoscope: New perspectives in service coordination, level II. Richmond, VA; Partnership for People with Disabilities.

Hill, C.F. & Burke, C. (Eds.). (2005). Orientation to Part C. Richmond, VA: Partnership for People with Disabilities.

Hill, C.F. & Buck, D. M. (Eds.) (2006). Kaleidoscope: New perspectives in service coordination, level I. Richmond, VA; Partnership for People with Disabilities.

Hill, C.F. (Ed.). (2004). Knowledge of developmental delays and disabilities in early intervention. Richmond, VA: Partnership for People with Disabilities.

 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Presentations have been made at national, regional and state conferences including the following:

Division of Early Childhood

Council for Exceptional Children - Teacher Education Division

New Horizons

Speech and Hearing Association of Virginia

 

IINSERVICE WORKSHOPS-CONSULTANCIES-UNIVERSITY GUEST LECTURES

Over 75 inservice workshop presentations, consultations and university guest lectures have been rendered to early intervention providers, professional educators, and early childhood special education students.

LICENSURE

Commonwealth of Virginia, Teaching License, Endorsements in Early/Primary Education PreK-3 and Psychology