Ms. Rhonda Weathers, M. ED, a Research Associate at North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities, has 18 years of public school experience as case manager of students with special health care needs and intellectual disabilities. Ms. Weathers’ current role at NDCPD is Project Director to facilitate the online course, The Fundamentals of Medical Home for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs at Minot State University for the Medical Home Education in North Dakota (MHEND) Project. She also serves as an Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program follow-up coordinator to track every infant through intervention for two hospitals in ND, Project Coordinator for Teens Entering Adult Medicine (TEAM) project to educate, train, and empower transition-age youth with skills to support health care transition, Curriculum development specialist of Autism Waiver Training project and is a theme team member of Self-determination. Previously she was an Education Coordinator for the Perceptions Project, Business Support Services for Pathfinders Parent Center, and a Team Assessment Coordinator for the Supporting Autism in North Dakota (SAND) project to assist in conducting trainings to the medical professionals, organizing training materials.
Mrs. Weather's Vita (pdf document)
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