Susan Norwell M.A. Special Education, ATACP, has worked with a wide array of students, including those with Rett syndrome, autism and multiple disabilities for the last 45 years. She is trained in "Greenspan's Floortime" model and would consider herself a relationship-based educational specialist.
Susan’s current focus is in teaching literacy skills to children without verbal language and with significant disabilities while integrating augmentative communication and technology supports.
She consults to various school districts on successful education of children with Rett syndrome, autism, and other complex disabilities and has presented workshops worldwide. Susan is known for her broad knowledge base as well as practical and creative ideas for furthering the learning of those with the most significant challenges.
The Co-Founding of Rett University represents a 5-year dream of being able to provide systematic training for parents and those working with individuals with Rett syndrome.
Susan's conference talks will remain available as replays until 20th February 2021.