Molly Dellinger-Wray, M.S. Ed.

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: 804-828-6926
Email: mdwray@vcu.edu
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Last Updated: May 08, 2008

Molly Dellinger-Wray
 

Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Project Director, I-CAN Accessibility Project; Project Coordinator CNI-PBS Project
 
Discipline(s): Positive Behavioral Support, Domestic Violence
 
Education: Positive Behavioral Support
Service: Prevention of abuse, neglect, exploitation of people with disabilities.

Vita/Bio

 

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

 

NAME:  Molly Dellinger-Wray

 

TITLE IN PROPOSAL:  Project Director, I-CAN! Accessibility Project, Project Coordinator, CNI-PBS Project

 

EDUCATION:

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION

DEGREE

YEAR

CONFERRED

FIELD OF STUDY

SUNY Geneseo, Geneseo, NY

SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

B.S.

M.S.Ed.

1981

1983

Special Education

Special Education

 

 

 

 


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND APPOINTMENTS:  

2007- Present- Project Director, I-CAN! Accessibility Project. Partnership for People with Disabilities, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. 

 

2006- Present - Project Coordinator, CNI Positive Behavioral Support Project, Partnership for People with Disabilities, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. 

 

2007 - Present- Adjunct Teacher, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Education

 

1992-2004 - Consultant, Respite Resource Project. Partnership for People with Disabilities, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. 

 

2002-2004 - Remedial Reading Instructor, City of Richmond Public Schools, Richmond, Virginia.

 

2004-2006 - Project Coordinator, Women, Disability and the Justice System. Partnership for People with Disabilities, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia. 

 

2002-2004 - Free Lance Writer, Richmond Parent's Monthly, STYLE Magazine, Richmond, Virginia

 

1989- 1990 - Project Manager, Respite Care Services of Greater Richmond. Catholic Charities of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia.

 

1989 - Adjunct Teacher, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Education, Richmond Virginia.

 

1985-1989 - Project Coordinator, Behavioral Intervention Project, Virginia Institute for Developmental Disabilities (currently Partnership for People with Disabilities), Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia.

 

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS, LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION:

2003 Commonwealth of Virginia Postgraduate Professional Teaching License

1984 New York State Permanent Certificate of Qualification for Teaching

 

OFFICES/MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, ADVISORY COUNCILS, BOARDS:

Richmond Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee

American Positive Behavioral Support

                 

MAJOR RESEARCH/PROFESSIONAL INTEREST:

Applying Positive Behavioral Support techniques to help support individuals with traumatic brain injury.

 

 

CURRENT RESEARCH OR TRAINING SUPPORT: (Name, date, sponsor, % support)

HONORS/AWARDS:

 

PUBLICATIONS and PRODUCTS:

Dellinger-Wray, M. Cramer, L., Johnston, S., Mercer, K., Vandergrift, K. Understanding Family Abuse Protective Orders in Richmond, Virginia. Partnership for People with Disabilities, Richmond, Virginia, 2008.

Dellinger-Wray, M. Violence Against Women with Disabilities: The Response of the Criminal Justice System. Partnership for People with Disabilities, 2005.

Dellinger-Wray, M. Carpool Maintenance. Richmond Parents Monthly, September 2004.

Dellinger-Wray, M. Do-It-Yourself Day Camps. Richmond Parents Monthly, May 2004.

Dellinger-Wray, M.  Time Out from Team Sports!  Richmond Parents Monthly, May 2003.

Dellinger-Wray, M. Finding Your Family on the Slopes. Richmond Parents Monthly, January 2003.

Dellinger-Wray, M. Dear Ann Landers, How Do I Talk to My Kids About Sex?  FAMILY STYLE Magazine, September 2002.

Dellinger-Wray, M. What about the Grandmothers? Family Reactions to September 11. Richmond Parents Monthly, September 2002.

Dellinger-Wray, M. and Uhl, M.  Thinking about Respite Options for Your Family.  Partnership for People with Disabilities, 2002.

Dellinger-Wray, M. Yes , Please to Parties, No Thank You, to Presents. Richmond Parents Monthly, March 2002.

Dellinger-Wray, M. Tips for Parenting Your Child with Special Needs. 2001 . Partnership for People with Disabilities and included the Virginia Coalition for Child Abuse Prevention 2003 Blue Ribbon Campaign.

Dellinger-Wray, M. and Uhl, M. A Parent¹s Handbook for Finding and Using Respite Care.  Partnership for People with Disabilities, 1994.

 

Dellinger-Wray, M. and Uhl, M. A Practical Guide to Respite for Your Family.  Partnership for People with Disabilities. 1994.

 

 

Date revised:  4-08