Claire Rosenbaum, MA

Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities
Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
 
Phone: 401-456-4732
Email: crosenbaum@ric.edu
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Last Updated: January 29, 2014

Claire Rosenbaum
 

Primary Activity Coordinators: Parent/Consumer
Adult Services
Discipline Coordinators: Parent/Family Resources
Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Coordinator, Adult Services
 
Discipline(s): Family Studies
 
AUCD Council Membership: Council on Community Advocacy

Vita/Bio

Claire Rosenbaum

Adult Services Coordinator

401-456-4732

claire_rosenbaum@yahoo.com

 

Claire brings her life experience as the parent of a woman with complex developmental disabilities to her work.  She supports individuals with significant disabilities to envision an active, fulfilling life in their communities and plan the steps to achieve those dreams.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Temple University                                               Master of Music 1979       

Bachelor of  Music, summa cum laude, 1976

                                                               

I.                    EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

Adult Services coordinator - 2008 - present

Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities

Supports individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in learning principles of self-determination, person-centered planning, and community membership as they design and implement self-directed budgets to support their lives in the community.

Family Support Coordinator - 2001 - 2008

Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities

Transition Resource Specialist - 1997- 2001

Rhode Island Parent Information Network

Family Service Coordinator - 1995-1997

Kent County CASSP
Family Resource Coordinator - 1993 - 1995

Family Support Associates

Harrisburg, PA

 

III.   PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Co-presented with Kimberly Ho, Ph.D.  - Minspeak for an Adult with Severe Intellectual Disabilities and Low Vision: A Case Study - ISAAC Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 2012.

 

Primary author,  Family-Centered Practice: How Are We Doing?, 2002.

 

IV.    RECENT PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE

 

Member, RI Developmental Disabilities Council, 2014 - present