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 About Erin Sheldon, M. Ed

Educational Consultant and Parent




     Erin Sheldon was a union negotiator when her first child was diagnosed with significant disabilities, a chromosome disorder called Angelman syndrome. Erin went back to school at Queen's University and earned her master's degree in Education to explore the education needs of students with this syndrome. Erin presents internationally on the topics of school inclusion, emergent literacy and language development, and assistive technology. She has authored articles, book chapters, and manuals for classroom teachers and parents.

     Erin works with school teams to support students with complex learning needs to learn to use communication systems and succeed in inclusive classrooms. She is on the Communication Advisory Committee of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation and led a free year-long webinar series for educators, The Communication Training Project. She is the CEO of Integration Action for Inclusion, Ontario's parent organization for school inclusion.

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