Understanding Behavior as Communication in Students with Hearing and Vision Loss 1 hour 29 minutes
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Kasee Stratton-Gadke, Ph.D., NCSP
Psychologist & Associate Professor
Dr. Stratton-Gadke is an associate professor in the School Psychology Program in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Foundations at Mississippi State University (MSU) and Director of the T.K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability, also housed at MSU. She earned her Ph.D. in School Psychology from Central Michigan University. Dr. Stratton-Gadke completed her doctoral and post-doctoral training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Department of Behavioral Psychology. Dr. Stratton-Gadke is a licensed psychologist, a nationally certified school psychologist, and a AAAA licensed school psychologist for the state of Mississippi.
Dr. Stratton-Gadke has spent the greater part of 15 years researching the behavioral phenotype for CHARGE Syndrome and has presented throughout the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Denmark on CHARGE. Dr. Stratton-Gadke directs the Bulldog CHARGE Syndrome Research Lab at MSU where she is training the next generation of professionals to serve individuals with CHARGE.
Dr. Stratton-Gadke has been a presenter at several NYDBC conferences and webinars to bring critical research and understanding of children and young adults with CHARGE Syndrome. NYDBC is thrilled to welcome Kasee back to speak with the families and providers!