CFLE Network: Families and Disabilities
NCFR is proud to present its latest issue of CFLE Network, the newsletter for Certified Family Life Educators. This issue's topic is families and disabilities.
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Articles marked by an asterisk (*) are open to the general public.
CFLE in Context
- Parent Education: A Means to Prevent the Separation of Parents With Disabilities and Their Children — by Alicia Yeager, B.S.W., CFLE-P
Family Life Education in Practice
- Children’s Mental Health Disability and Parent Life Balance — by LynnAnne Lowrie, Ph.D., and Stacey Taylor
Research Update for Practitioners
- Factoring Disability in Crisis and Disaster Situations — by Lisa Dunkley, Ph.D., CRC, CCTP, Charlene Harris, Ph.D., MSW, Julia Bernard, Ph.D., LMFT, CCTP, CFLE, and Aaron Gardner, B.S., M.Sc. candidate
- Service Needs for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Trinidad and Tobago: Parents’ Perspective — by Neesha G. Cooper, M.A., CFLE-P, Diane Hall, Ph.D., and Jasmine Blake, MSPH
- Siblings of Individuals With Disabilities: The “Other” Kids — by Jennifer Reinke, Ph.D., CFLE, and Maddie Hansen, MBA (in progress)
- Working in Disability Services: Guidelines for Our Students — by Helyne Frederick, Ph.D., CFLE, and Jennifer Diliberto, Ph.D.
- Faculty Perspectives on HEELS 2 Transition Project 4 — by Jennifer Diliberto, Ph.D.
- Beyond the Classroom: Perspectives on Serving Young Adults with Disabilities — by Jacklyn Googins, B.A.Ed., OTS
- *APR Update: What’s Involved in Being the APR Liaison — Deborah B. Gentry, Ed.D., CFLE, NCFR Academic Program Liaison
- *Directions: Marketing the CFLE Credential — A Collaborative Effort — Dawn Cassidy, M.Ed., CFLE, Director of Family Life Education
- *CFLE in the News