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Dawn Mosley

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Sherrina Sewell

Family Engagement in the Transition Process: Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment

Presented By:
Dawn Mosley, M.S., CRC, VDARS
Sherrina Sewell, M.S., CRC, VDARS
Date:
September 30, 2015
Time:
2:00pm - 2:45pm Eastern

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In this webcast, the presenters discuss family engagement specifically in vocational, rehabilitation and employment.  They give suggestions on how families can connect to vocational rehabilitation.

Meet the Presenters

Dawn Mosley is a Transition Counselor in Chesterfield County. She received her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). While working on her masters she was also employed by VCU as a Student Services Coordinator in their division for Academic Success. Some of her interests are assistive technology and higher education for students who have a disability. She resides in Chesterfield with her husband and daughter and loves to read for fun.

Sherrina Sewell has been employed with the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services for 11 years. She is currently the Unit Supervisor in the Chesterfield field office of the Division of Rehabilitative Services (DRS) as well as one of the New Counselor Skills Trainers for the agency. In her role as Supervisor, she supervisors and mentors Transition Counselors working with students in high school. Prior to this role, Sherrina was a Transition Counselor in the Henrico field office of DRS where she worked with students and adults in Powhatan, Goochland, and Henrico County. While Sherrina has worked with many people with varying disabilities, she is an expert in areas of transitioning youth from school to work, and working with disability populations such as Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as Serious Mental Illness. 

 

 

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