Sue Watson is a former writer for ThoughtCo who contributed articles about special education for over five years. Watson holds diplomas and certification in developmental services support, crisis intervention and prevention, assistive technology, applied behavior analysis, and behavior modification. She participated in several special education pilot projects which have furthered her work skills. As a developmental support provider, Watson helps to design and implement programs which allow students to achieve success in the integrated classroom setting. Her principal focus is on the use of assistive technology such as screen readers, desktop video magnifiers, adaptive pencil grips, and auditory feedback software.
Sue Watson holds a diploma in Education Developmental Services. She also has a Certificate of Advanced Study in Public School Administration from the University of Maine, as well as additional certifications in crisis intervention and prevention, assistive technology, applied behavior analysis, and behavior modification.
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