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									                                    Curriculum Vitae




E. Richard Blumberg, Ph.D.

Address: 535 Grand Ave. Ewing, NJ 08602

609-933-2622

Blumberg@tcnj.edu

Citizenship: United States



Education:

1980: B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies, Major Concentration in Psychology

California State University at Dominguez Hills, Carson, Ca.

1992: M.A. Counseling Psychology, Child, Marital and Family Emphasis

University of San Francisco, San Francisco, Ca.

1998: Ph.D. Special Education and Rehabilitation, Developmental Disabilities Area

University of Oregon, Eugene, Or.



Academic Appointments:

1993-95: Research Assistant, College of Education, University of Oregon

1995-1997: Graduate Teaching Fellow, College of Education, University of Oregon

1998 to 2001: Research Associate, College of Education, University of Oregon

1999-2000: Assistant Professor, Division of Teaching Research, Western Oregon
University



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2001 to 2003: Instructor of Pediatrics, Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental
Disabilities, Robert Wood-Johnson Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry
of New Jersey

2001 to 2003: Adjunct Professor of Special Education, New Jersey City University

2003 to present: Adjunct Professor of Special Education, The College of New Jersey

2003 to 2006: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, The Boggs Center, RWJMS, UMDNJ

2003 to 2004: Instructor of Clinical Psychology, Graduate School of Applied and
Professional Psychology, Rutgers University

2004 to 2009: Assistant Professor of Special Education, Department of Special
Education, Language and Literacy, The College of New Jersey

2009 to present: Associate Professor of Special Education, The College of New Jersey



Editorial Positions:

Guest Editor, Journal of Mental Retardation, 2000-02

Guest Editor, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2003

Guest Editor, Journal of Religion and Disability, 2004

Co-Editor, National Association for Dual Diagnosis Bulletin, 2005-2009



Service to the Community:

1993-1995: Oregon State Supported Employment Council, Salem Or.

1994-1996: Board Member, McKenzie Personnel Services, Eugene, Or.

1997-2001: Board Member, Community Support Brokerage, Eugene, Or.

1998-2001: Board Member, Oregon Supported Living Programs, Eugene, Or.

2003-2006: Interagency Transition Workgroup, NJ Division of Developmental




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Disabilities

2004-2006: Conference Planning Committee, New Jersey Center for Outreach and
services for the Autism Community (COSAC)

2004-2006: Pro Bono Consultant Allies Inc., Hamilton NJ.



Licenses/Certifications:

Licensed Professional Counselor, State of New Jersey, Lic#37PC00384000



Sponsorship of Candidates for Postgraduate Degree:

2002: Rutgers University, Special Education Department, Yoseob Kim, candidate for
Doctor of Education

Teaching Responsibilities:

1995-97 Graduate Teaching Fellow, University of Oregon, College of Education

                      Curriculum and Planning, Effective Behavior Supports

1998-00 Research Associate, University of Oregon, College of Education

                      Instructor: History of Disability and Special Education (Doctoral
                      Seminar)

2001 to 2003: Adjunct Professor of Special Education, New Jersey City University

                      Instructor: Functional Activities Based Curriculum for Students
                      with Severe Disabilities, Functional Assessment and Intervention,
                      Psychology of Mental Retardation

2001 to 2002: Adjunct Professor of Human Services, Ocean County College

                      12 credit certificate program in Developmental Disabilities for
                      Direct Support Professionals.

2001- 2003: Adjunct Professor, School of Health Related Professions, University of
Medicine and Dentistry.

Instructor: Effective Transition Coordination, Positive Behavioral Supports in Schools.
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2004: Instructor of Clinical Psychology: The Graduate School of Applied and
Professional Psychology, Rutgers University.

Instructor: Foundations of Cognitive Behavioral Psychology



2004 to 2009: Assistant Professor of Special Education, The College of New Jersey

Instructor: Social and Legal Foundations of Special Education, Psychological
Development of Children and Adolescents, Learning and Behavior of the Handicapped,
Introduction to Research, Advanced Research Methods, Creating and Sustaining
Classroom Communities, Transition Services and Community Based Instruction.



2009 to present: Associate Professor of Special Education, The College of New Jersey

Responsibilities: Instructor of Undergraduate and Graduate courses; Co-Director:
Career and Community Studies; Chair, Department Curriculum Committee; Member:
Institutional Review Board; Member: Committee on Liberal Learning; Freshman
Advisor.



Clinical Experience:

1990-92 Catholic Charities of Napa Co., Napa, Ca. Position: MFCC Trainee.
Responsibilities: Provided Child, Marriage and Family Therapy

1993-94 Community Counseling Center, Eugene, Or. Position: Therapist.
Responsibilities: Provided individual psychotherapy.

1995-97 Direction Service Counseling Center, Eugene, Or. Position: Therapist.
Responsibilities: Provided child, adult and family therapy.

1997-2000: Director/Consultant, North Counties Behavioral Support, Mt. Shasta, Ca.,
Behavioral Consultation Group providing in-home behavioral support, community
agency and school consultation.

Responsibilities: Conducted functional behavioral assessments and designed multi-
component interventions. Provided training to families and school/agency personnel in
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data collection and intervention implementation. Contracted with Regional Centers,
County Developmental Disability Agencies, School Districts and Community
Rehabilitation Agencies in California, Oregon and Washington.

2005 to 2009: The Social Skills Training Project, Somerset, New Jersey.

Position: Therapist

Responsibilities: Counseling, educational and behavioral consultation to individuals,
families and schools. Conducted functional behavioral assessments and designed
interventions. Trained families and school/agency personnel in data collection and
intervention implementation.

2007-present Blumberg Associates, Educational Consulting, Ewing NJ

Position: Consultant

Responsibilities: Provide Educational Consulting to K-12 school teams in the areas of
positive behavioral support, effective inclusion and transition education/support.
Conduct functional behavioral assessments and design interventions. Work with school
based teams to collect and analyze behavioral data, design, implement and evaluate
interventions.

2006 to present: Behavioral Research and Training Institute, University Behavioral
Health Care, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Position: Consultant and Trainer

Responsibilities: provide consultation and training to mental health providers working
with dually diagnosed (IDD/MI) children and youth in the New Jersey System of Care.
Provide training in functional behavioral assessement and intervention to Counselors,
In-Home Behavioral Assistants, Social Workers, Educators and family members

Grant Support:

1993-95: Associate Manager, Oregon Transition Systems Change Project
U.S. Department of Education, Award of $420,000.
1996-97: Project Specialist, Oregon Self Determination Project
Robert Wood-Johnson Foundation, Award of $200,000.



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1998-00: Co-Investigator, Understanding Why problem Behaviors Develop in Typical
Family Routines of Children with Developmental Disabilities. National Institutes of
Child Health and Human Development, award of $99,659.

2002-2005: Co-Investigator, Real Choice Systems Change Grant, Secondary Curriculum
for Self Directed Support, Centers for Medicaid Services, award of $175,000

2003- 2005: Co-Investigator, New Jersey State Improvement Grant for Special
Education, New Jersey Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs,
award of $ 389,000.

2004-2005: Co-Investigator, Transforming Child-Parent Interactions in Typical Family
Routines, National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development, award of
$1,100, 000.

2005-2008: Co-Investigator: A Post-Secondary and Transition Program for Youth with
Intellectual Disabilities, The National Down Syndrome Society, award of $150,000.

2010-present: Principal Investigator: Transition and Post-Secondary Programs for
Students with Intellectual Disabilities, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special
Education programs, award of 1,280, 900.



Publications: Book Chapters and Journal Articles



Ferguson, P.M., Ferguson, D.L., & Blumberg, R., & Ferguson, I. (1997) Negotiating
      adulthood, Kitchen table conversations about supported living. In P. O'Brien & R.
      Murray (eds.) Human Services: Towards Partnership and Support (pp. 189-199)
      Palmerston North, New Zealand: The Dunmore Press Ltd.

Blumberg, R., Ferguson, P. (2000) Sliding Into Home: Supporting Self Determination
      Through Personal Support Agents and Service Brokerage Strategies, (pp. 111-119)
      Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Lucyshyn, J., Blumberg, R., & Kayser, A (2000) Improving the Quality of Support to
       Families of Children with Severe Behavior Problems in the First decade of the New
       Millenium, (pp.113-115) Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. .

Flannery, K., Newton, S., Horner, R., Slovic, R., Ard, W., & Blumberg, R.. (2000) The
       Impact of Person Centered Planning on the Content and Organization of Individual
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       Supports. 23 (2) (pp. 123-137) Journal of Career Development and Exceptional
       Individuals.

Baker, D., Blumberg, R. & Freeman, R. (2002) J. Jacbson, J.Mulik, and S. Holburn (eds.)
       Functional Assessment of Individuals Dually Diagnosed with Developmental
       Disabilities and Mental Illness. Programs and Services for People with Dual
       Developmental and Psychiatric Disabilities. NADD

Wehmeyer, M., Baker,D., Blumberg,R. & Harrison,R. (2004) Student Involvement in
     Functional Assessment of Problem Behaviors: Student and Adult Perceptions of
     Setting Events, Antecedents, Problem Behaviors and Consequences.(pp.29-35)
     Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. Winter 6 (1)

Lucyshyn, J.M., Kayser, A.T, Irvin, L.K., & Blumberg, E.R. (2002) Functional Assessment
       and Positive Behavioral Support at Home with Families: Designing Effective and
       Contextually Appropriate Behavior Support Plans. In J.M. Lucyshyn, G. Dunlap, %
       Richard W. Albin (Eds.) Families and Positive Behavior Support: Addressing
       Problem Behavior in Family Contexts. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co..

Baker, D., Blumberg, E.R., & Freeman, R. (2002) Can Psychiatric Diagnoses Be Seen As
       Setting Events? Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities.

Lucyshyn, J., Irvin,L., Blumberg, R., Laverty, R., Horner, R. & Sprague, J. (2004)
       Validating the Construct of Coercion in Family Routines: Expanding the Unit of
       Analysis in Behavioral Assessment with Families of Children with Developmental
       Disabilities. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, Vol 29 (2)
       104-121

Blumberg, R. (2005) Career and Residential Options Beyond High School: What Parents
      Can Do to Prepare Their Son or Daughter. In J.Baker, Preparing for Life: The
      Complete Guide for Transitioning Youth with Autism/Aspergers Syndrome (pp.29-
      44) Future Horizons Publishing, Arlington, TX.

Baker, D. & Blumberg, R. (2006) Functional Assessment and Mental Illness: An
       Interdisciplinary Approach to Intervention. (pp. 3-7) The NADD Bulletin Vol. 9 (1)

Baker, D., Blumberg, R., Lee, H. & Stanton, R. (2007) Entrepreneurship and Community
       Support Organizations .Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 27(3) (pp171-176)



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Baker, D. & Blumberg, R. (2007) The Intersection of Best Practice in Dual Diagnosis and
       Positive Psychology. The NADD Bulletin. (pp. 10-13)Vol 11(7)

Blumberg, R., Carrol, S. & Petroff, J. (2008) Career and Community Studies: An Inclusive
      Liberal Arts Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities. The International
      Journal for Inclusive Education, Vol 12 (6), 621-636

Carrol, S., Blumberg, R. & Petroff, J. (2008) The Promise of Liberal Learning: Creating a
       Challenging Post-Secondary Curriculum for Youth with Intellectual Disabilities.
       Focus on Exceptional Children , Vol 40 (9), 1-12

Carrol, S., Petroff, J. & Blumberg, R. (2008) The Impact of a College Course Where Pre-
       Service Teachers and Peers with Intellectual Disabilities Study Together. Journal
       of Special Education and Teacher Education, 23 (4), 351-364

Blumberg, R. & Daley, R. (2009) The Use of Peer Mentors to Facilitate the Inclusion of
      Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Post-Secondary
      Education, The NADD Bulletin ,Vol 12 (5) 16-21



Curricula and University Publications

Flannery, B., Blumberg, R. (1995) One Plan for Transition. University of Oregon
       Specialized Training Program. Eugene, Or.

Blumberg, R. (1995) Transition Services in Oregon. University of Oregon, Specialized
      Training Program. Eugene, Or.

Ferguson, P., Blumberg, R. (2000) Transition services for Youth with Disabilities. National
      Institute for Urban School Improvement. Boston, M.A.

Blumberg, E.R., Ferguson, P.M. (2000) The Community Support Brokerage: Information
      and Tools for Support Brokerages. University of Oregon, Specialized Training
      Program, Eugene, Or.

Lucyshyn, J. Irvin, L., Horner, R. Sprague, J, & Blumberg, R. (2000) The Parent and Child
       Coding System (PACCS) University of Oregon, Division of Educational and
       Community Supports, Eugene, Or.



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Ferguson, P., Blumberg, R. (2001) J.C. Nalle Elementary: A School on the Move to
      Inclusion. National Institute for Urban School Improvement. Boston, MA.

Blumberg, R. & Camuso, A. (2003) Introduction to Supported Employment. New
      Brunswick, NJ. The Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities,
      University of Medicine and Dentistry, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Blumberg, R., Petroff, J. (2003) Effective Transition Coordination. New Brunswick, NJ.
      The Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, University of
      Medicine and Dentistry, Robert Wood Medical School.

Lohrman, S. Blumberg, R. (2003) Positive Behavioral Supports in Schools. New
      Brunswick, NJ. The Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities,
      University of Medicine and Dentistry, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Roberson, K., Blumberg, R. & Baker, D. (2005) Keeping it Real: How to Get the Support
      You Need for the Life You Want. New Brunswick, NJ. The Elizabeth M. Boggs
      Center on Developmental Disabilities, UMDNJ, Robert Wood Johnson Medical
      School.

Blumberg, R. & Hurley, E. (2006) Enhancing Early Intervention for Parents of Young
      Children with Autism , New Brunswick, NJ. The Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on
      developmental Disabilities, UMDNJ, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.




Presentations:

Blumberg, R. (June 1996) Brokerages and Personal Support Agents: Strategies for
      Consumer and family Driven Support. State Develomental Disabilities Inservice,
      Corvalis Oregon.

Blumberg, R. (Nov. 1996) Brokerages and Personal Support Agents. Avoiding Future
      Shock Conference, Eugene, Or.

Ferguson, P., Ferguson, D. & Blumberg, R. (Dec. 2000) Consumer Directed Supports. The
      Association of Persons with Severe handicaps (TASH) Chicago, Il.



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Ferguson, P. & Blumberg, R. (Mar. 2000) Sliding Into Home: Supporting Self
      Determination through the Use of Brokerage and Support Agents. Louisiana DD
      Council Statewide Inservice. Baton Rouge, La.

Ferguson, P. & Blumberg, R. (Sept. 2000) Supporting Adulthood Through Values of Self
      Determination. The Conference on Community. Central Washington University,
      Ellensburg, Wa.

Blumberg, R. & Camuso, A. (March 2002) Introduction to Supported Employment. Facing
      the Future Conference. Princeton, NJ.

Blumberg, R. (April 2002) The Dilemma of Diagnosis. Keynote Address at the Northwest
      Conference on Dual Diagnosis. Seaside, Or.

Blumberg, R. (April 2002) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Approaches for Persons Dually
      Diagnosed with MR/MI. Northwest Conference on Dual diagnosis. Seaside, Or.

Lucyshyn, J. & Blumberg, R. (April 2002) Positive Behavioral Support at Home with
       Families. International Parent to Parent Conference, Philadelphia, Pa.

Blumberg, R. (May 2002) The History of Mental Retardation: Itard to the Present. Rutgers
      University. New Brunswick, NJ.

Blumberg, R. (May 2002) Transition Services for Youth with Disabilities. ARC of
      Hunterdon Transition Conference. Annandale, NJ

Blumberg, R. (September 2002) Positive Behavioral Supports. Rutgers School of Social
      Work, School of Continuing Education. New Brunswick, NJ.

Blumberg, R. (October 2002) Accessing Adult Services for Students in Transition. Kean
      University. Elizabeth, NJ.

Blumberg, R. (October 2002) Positive Behavioral Supports in Schools. West New York
      School District. West New York, NJ.

Blumberg, R. (March, 2003) Effective Transition Coordination. Facing the Future
      Conference, New Jersey APSE. Princeton, NJ

Blumberg, R. (March, 2003) Positive Behavioral Supports. Facing the Future Conference,
      New Jersey APSE. Princeton, NJ


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Blumberg, R. (April 2003) The Transition to Adult Life: Supporting the Dreams of Youth
      and their Families. Keynote Address. National Technical Assistance Conference
      (NTAC) San Antonio, Tx.

Blumberg, R. (May 2003) Counseling Persons with Dual Diagnosis, MR/MI. Keynote
      Address: Northwest Dual Diagnosis Conference. Portland, Or.

Blumberg, R. (May 2003) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Northwest Dual Diagnosis
      Conference. Portland, Or.

Blumberg, R. (May 2004) Positive Behavioral Support at Home with Families, Issues in
      Autism, COSAC, Atlantic City, NJ

Blumberg, R. (May 2004) When Good Agencies Go Bad: Organizational Strategies for
      Support Providers. Keynote Address NW Dual Diagnosis Conference, ORA,
      Brooks, Or.

Blumberg, R., Wehmeyer, M. (May 2004) Self Determination and Student Involvement in
      Functional Assessment. IASSID, Montpellier, France

Blumberg, R. (May, 2005) Mood Disorders in the Workplace, Facing the Future
      Conference, NJ Association for Persons in Supported Employment, Trenton, NJ

Blumberg, R. (May 2005) Family Centered Intervention, Center for Outreach and Services
      to the Autism Community (COSAC) Annual Statewide Conference, Atlantic City, NJ

Blumberg, R. (July 2005) Developing Positive Behavioral Supports, The Road to Effective
      Inclusion, New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education, Rider University,
      Lawrenceville, NJ

Blumberg, R. & Baker, D. (Sept. 2005) Can Psychiatric Disorders Be Seen AS Establishing
      Operations? Promoting Mental Health in Persons with Developmental Disabilities,
      National Association for Dual Diagnosis, E. Brunswick, NJ

Blumberg, R. & Roberson, K. (Nov. 2005) Keeping it Real: How to Get the Support You
      Need to Have the Life You Want, The Association for Persons with Severe
      Handicaps (TASH) Milwaukee, WI

Blumberg, R. & Baker, D. (April, 2006) Are Psychiatric Disorders Establishing
      Operations? Association for Positive Behavioral Support, 3rd. International
      Conference, Reno, NV
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Baker, D. & Blumberg, R. (June 2006) Promoting Self Determination Through Meaningful
       Participation I Functional Assessment, Positive Behavioral Support: State of the
       Art and Evidence Base, The Boggs Center/UMDNJ, Iselin, NJ

Blumberg, R. (October, 2006) Keynote Address, Functional Assessment and Mental Illness:
      An Interdisciplinary Approach to Intervention, Statewide Clinical and Consultation
      Program, Trinitas Hospital, Hamilton, NJ

Blumberg, R. & Roberson, K. (April 20, 2007) Moving On: Promoting a Successful
      Transition to College or Community, TCNJ, Ewing, NJ

Blumberg, R. (Sept, 2007) Positive Behavioral Support for Children and Youth with Dual
      Diagnosis. University Behavioral Health Care, UMDNJ, Hamilton, NJ

Blumberg, R. (October, 2007) Counseling People with Dual Diagnoses, 6th. European
      Conference of Mental Health and Intellectual Disability, Zagreb, Croatia

Blumberg, R., Carrol, S., Daley, R. & Petroff, J. (December, 2007) A College Education
      for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities, The Association for Persons with Severe
      Handicaps (TASH), Seattle, WA

Baker, D. & Blumberg, R. (March, 2008)The Intersection of Positive Psychology and
       Positive Behavioral Support, 5th. International Conference on Positive Behvaioral
       Support, Chicago, Ill.

Blumberg, R. (September, 2008) Working with Challenging and Aggressive Adolescent
      Behaviors: Implementing PBS Strategies with Teens. UMDNJ Behavioral
      Research & Training Institute, Westhampton, NJ

Baker, J. & Blumberg, R. (November, 2008) Transitioning from High School for Students
       with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Center for Innovative Education, Kean
       University Autism Project, Elizabeth, NJ

Blumberg, R., Carroll, S., Daley, R. & Petroff, J. (December 2008) Creating Inclusive
      Campus Communities: Peer Mentoring for Students with Intellectual Disabilities.
      The Association for People with Severe Handicaps (TASH), Nashville, TN

Blumberg, R. (March, 2009) Understanding Youth with Co-Occurring Developmental
      Disabilities and Mental Health Challenges, UMDNJ Behavioral Research &
      Training Institute, Parsippany, NJ



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Blumberg, R. (April, 2009) Working with Challenging and Aggressive Adolescent
      Behaviors: Implementing PBS Strategies with Teens. UMDNJ Behavioral
      Research & Training Institute, Piscataway, NJ

Blumberg, R. (October, 2009) Parent Care-Giver Behavioral Support Strategies.
      UMDNJ, Behavioral Research and Training Institute, Atlantic FSO, Cape May,
      NJ

Blumberg, R. (October 2009) Psychotherapy and Young Adults with Aspergers
      Syndrome. Breakfast Consultation, NADD 25th Annual Conference, New Orleans,
      LA

Blumberg, R. & Baker, D. (October, 2009) Counseling Individuals with Asperger’s
      Syndrome. NADD 25th Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Blumberg, R. (October 2009) Understanding Youth with Co-Ocurring Disorders, Mental
      Heath and Developmental Disabilities, Cumberland Community College

Blumberg, R. (Nov. 2009) Working with Challenging & Aggressive Adolescent
      Behaviors. UMDNJ Behavioral Research & Training Institute, EIRC, Sewel, NJ

Blumberg, R. (March 2010) Working with Challenging and Aggressive Adolescent
      Behaviors: Implementing PBS Strategies with Teens. UMDNJ Behavioral
      Research & Training Institute, Piscataway, NJ

Blumberg, R.(March, 2010) Crisis Intervention in Children and Youth with Dual
      Diagnosis. Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, Hamilton, NJ

Blumberg, R. (April, 24, 2010) Transitions: Supporting the Dreams of Children and
      Youth with Disabilities and their Families. Broward County Schools, Ft.
      Lauderdale, FL.

Blumberg, R. (October 28, 2010) Person Centered Planning in Post-Secondary
      Education. State of the Art Conference on Post-Secondary Education and
      Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Blumberg, R. (October 29, 2010) Engaging and Supporting Faculty in Post-Secondary
      Programs for Students with IDD. State of the Art Conference on Post-Secondary
      Education and Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. George Mason
      University, Fairfax, VA.



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Blumberg, R. (November 4, 2010) Parent-Caregiver Strategies for Youth with Co-
      Occurring Disorders and Behavioral Problems. Bergen County Family Service
      Organization. North Bergen, NJ

Blumberg, R. (Novemeber 12, 2010) Positive Behavioral Support for Students with
      Emotional Behavioral Disorders, Highpoint School, Morganville, NJ

Blumberg, R. (November 15, 2010) Understanding Youth with Co-Occurring Disorders.
      UMDNJ Behavioral Research & Training Institute, Piscataway, NJ

Blumberg, R. (November 18, 2010) Working with Challenging and Aggressive Adolescent
      Behaviors: Implementing PBS Strategies with Teens. UMDNJ Behavioral
      Research & Training Institute, Hamilton, NJ

Daley, R., Blumberg, R. & Carroll, S. (Dec. 10, 2010) Helping College Professors to
       Embrace and Implement Post-Secondary Inclusion. Embracing Difference…It’s
       Time, TASH 35th. International Conference, Denver, Co.




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