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Dave Hingsburger, M.Ed.

Dave Hingsburger, M.Ed. Biography:

Dave Hingsburger, M.Ed., is a well-known author and lecturer and a sexuality counselor for people with developmental disabilities. He has provided direct care to people with intellectual disabilities throughout his career. From working in a group home to providing individual counseling or group training, he continues to have personal contact with people who have disabilities. Dave also provides consultation and training for parents, agencies, schools, and churches regarding support for people who have intellectual disabilities. For 6 years, he was the sex clinic coordinator at York Behavior Management Services in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Since 1991, he has maintained his involvement at the clinic as a consultant and is in private practice. He has been a sessional lecturer in the departments of psychology and education in Bishop's University in Québec. In 1996, he received the Award for Advocacy from the American Association on Mental Retardation Special Interest Group on Social and Sexual Concerns. His published works are extensive, including Finger Tips (2000), Do? Be? Do? (1998), Behaviour Self! (1996), Hand Made Love (1995), and Just Say Know! (1995), all from Diverse City Press. Dave is also a member of the national advisory council of the Sexual Information and Education Council of Canada and is a contributing/reviewing editor for the Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilitiesand for the American Association on Mental Retardation journal Mental Retardation. As a volunteer, Dave is a self-advocacy mentor for people with disabilities and is a regular writer for Mouth magazine. He lives in Eastman, Québec, Canada, where he and Joe Jobes are coordinators of Diverse City Press.


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  • Transition Strategies for Adolescents and Young Adults Who Use AAC

    ISBN: 978-1-55766-997-1

    Description

    Help young people who use AAC on the road to a successful, fulfilling adult life with this research-based book, the key to providing effective services and supports that meet individual needs.

    Paperback $39.95 Qty:

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