Wisconsin Promising Practices and Resources
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What were some of the things we learned from Wisconsin PROMISE? In this presentation we highlight resources for teenagers, young adults and family members (https://beforeage18.org/) and practitioners (https://promising-practices.com/). These resources were developed with youth, family and practitioner input as part of the PROMISE grant, a youth and family centered federal grant that assisted youth and family members meet their school, work, and financial goals.
Beth Gaertner graduated from University of Wisconsin – Madison with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. After graduation she spent three years working for Community Support Network (CSN) in Madison, WI. At CSN Beth worked as a Supportive Employment Specialist, Volunteer Coordinator and Case Manager. After leaving CSN she joined the Eligibility and Order of Selection team at the Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute (SVRI). She worked on the Eligibility team for one year before becoming an Outreach Specialist at SVRI. As an Outreach Specialist Beth has worked on training and sustainability efforts for the Wisconsin PROMISE grant. Additionally, she also serves as a training coordinator and member of the knowledge mobilization team for, Project E3.
Theresa Kulow, Assistant Director, at Employment Resources, Inc., develops and designs training and materials to advance employment for people with disabilities. Theresa and her team developed the Wisconsin PROMISE website and other project training and communication materials. She is a long-time promoter and advocate for programs and services for people with disabilities. She brings extensive experience in marketing and communications; information management; website administration and design; and online learning development and training. She currently oversees ERI’s information management, marketing, communications, and training activities. Theresa speaks on a variety of technology, social media, and e-learning topics at local, state and national conferences with a disability focus. With degrees in English and Education, Theresa has a real passion for learning and enjoys sharing her experiences and expertise in this area.
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