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Stevie Mays

Institute Teacher

Stevie is a disability justice activist who has worked with and for disabled people their whole career. They started in therapy with autistic children, focusing on floor play and social skills. While in undergraduate, their four years as a therapist and four summers as a camp counselor Stevie values playfulness as a virtue in work with everyone. They worked two years as a research assistant in Consta Columbia’s lab studying teaching groups of parents a social skills tool kit to play and communicate with their pre-K autistic child. They had an internship with the National Council on Learning Disabilities which began their career in advocacy, they have had opportunities to co-launch their mental health and learning disabilities campaigns as well as participate in a variety of conferences and podcasts on this topic . They currently work with EasterSeals providing free to families respite support services to Navy Families with children with disabilities. Stevie is interested in expanding their knowledge of adaptive technologies and is excited to work as Teacher at Reach Every Voice's Weekend Institute.

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