In this episode of Let's Talk Sped Law, we interview Sharri Lungarini! Shari is an amazing parent, advocate, and clinician within the Connecticut disability rights community. Her story both personally and professionally is so inspiring that it absolutely must be shared with fellow parents, clinicians and advocates.
Sharri Lungarini is a Registered Behavior Technician working in the CCSN Behavioral Health ABA Clinic. Sharri received her master’s degree in Behavioral Education from the University of Cincinnati and is currently receiving supervision towards becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Sharri’s clinical experiences include working with learners with complex learning profiles across a variety of environments including in the home, in the community, and at school. Her prior work experiences and/or supervisory experiences extend across children ages 18 months old through 21 within the CT Birth to Three system, public schools, and in DCF mandated programs. In addition to her clinical experiences, Sharri actively volunteers with local organizations advocating for the advancement of the behavior analytic profession such as the Connecticut Association for Behavior Analysis (CTABA) and the Behavior Analyst Leadership Council (BALC). She served as a Vice-Chair with Connecticut Interagency Birth-to-Three Coordination Council (ICC). Her professional interests include early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI), family training, advocacy, and legislation.
To learn more about Shari and CCSN, visit: https://www.ccsnct.org/