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 Supplementary Aids and Services Webinar
Supplementary aids and services are a valuable way for therapists to support students in school systems. By viewing this 30 minute webinar, you will improve your knowledge of the role of supplementary aids and services as part of the IEP process, including decision making, key factors, and service delivery. This webinar also touches on the ICF in school-based practice, and the universal design for learning...
Webinars ICF: Paving the way to a Special Education Inclusion Classroom
Participation is the key to health and well-being. This webinar introduces the International Classification of Function (ICF) and its application to school practice. It also explores the role of the school-based therapist and the alignment of the language of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to the ICF. For a complete transcript of this webinar, see transcript of ICF in Practice...
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...