Why Kolabtree
Getting started is quick and easy. No upfront fees
It’s free to request a service and invite bids from experts
Discuss requirements with the expert in detail before accepting statement of work from Kolabtree
Collaborate with the expert directly to get your work done the right way
Fund project when you hire the expert, but approve the deliverables only once work is done
Want to hire this expert for a project? Request a quote for free.
Profile Details
Create Project
USD 40 /hr
Hire Dr. Allison R. S.
United States
USD 40 /hr

Special education, deaf education, and intervention specialist

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Work Experience

Course Facilitator & Designer

University of Dayton VLCFF

May 2015 - Present

Freelance Content Writer & Proofreader

Textbroker International

September 2011 - Present

Religious Education Director & Disabilities Coordinator

St. Leonard Church

August 2008 - Present

Academic Editor


January 2014 - March 2017

Autism Behavior Specialist

My Place to Be

January 2006 - April 2009

Autism Specialist & Residential Manager

New England Center for Children

June 2002 - January 2003


Ph.D (Human Services/Counseling Studies)

Capella University

- Present

Certificate (American Sign Language & Deaf Studies)

Columbus State Community College

- Present

Master of Science (Human Services/Counseling Studies)

Capella University

- Present

Bachelor of Science (Psychology & Sociology)

Hillsdale College

- Present

  • Certification details not provided.
(2017). Inclusive Classrooms in Religious Education. 7th Faith, Deafness, & Disabilities Conference.
(2016). What’s Your Story? Parenting a Child with Vision and/or Hearing Loss. OCALICON 2016.
(2015). Partnering with Parents to Educate Children with Special Needs. Ohio Catholic Educators Association.
(2014). Parent Experiences with Early Symptoms and Diagnosis of Children with Mild Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. OCALICON 2014.
(2013). Parent Experiences with Early Symptoms and Diagnosis of Children with Mild Autism and Asperger's syndrome.