Sue Cecere PT, MHS

PT Instructional Specialist

Sue Cecere, PT, MITSue Cecere is a graduate of the University of Delaware physical therapy program (1977) and has a Masters degree in Health Science from Towson University. She has worked in school practice since 1994, both as a service provider and as a program administrator. She is currently the Physical Therapy Instructional Specialist for school based and early intervention services for Prince Georges County Public Schools, a large culturally diverse district in the Washington DC metro area. In addition, Sue is the physical therapy co-chair of the Maryland State Steering Committee for Occupational and Physical School based programs, a Maryland State Department of Education sub-committee and is a co-author of the Maryland state guide to early intervention and school-based practices.

Sue has presented at several APTA conferences including a presentation on workload at the Concentrated Education Series (CES) on school based practices in 2009 and to other school districts on the topic of school based PT best-practices. She has also presented to CEC and AOTA on embedding the ICF into a guide to practice. She is currently the Vice President of the Section on Pediatrics and is active in the school-based special interest group.

Webinars ICF: Paving the way to a Special Education Inclusion Classroom: Webinar Transcript
(Return to the webinar ICF: Paving the way to a Special Education Inclusion Classroom) ICF Slide 1 (0:14) Welcome. Rifton is happy to introduce you to Sue Cecere in Maryland, who will be hosting this educational Webinar about applying the International Classification of Function in school-based practice. ICF Slide 2 (0:17) Sue Cecere is an active member of the Pediatric Section of the American Physical...