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Meredith Aalto

Project Coordinator

B.A., Psychology, Bridgewater State College

Meredith Aalto is a project coordinator for the Family SupportNet project. She teaches computer skills to individuals with disabilities from diverse linguistic and ethnic cultures and their families so they can access disability resources on the Internet. Since 1989, she has worked with individuals with disabilities seeking competitive employment. In addition to job developing and job coaching, Meredith has facilitated numerous skills groups for people with mental illness returning to work. In 1996, while working at a supported employment agency, Meredith developed and implemented a curriculum that taught basic through advanced computer skills for people with disabilities seeking employment who had no prior computer experience. Meredith has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Bridgewater State College and has attended graduate courses in counseling and clinical psychology.

ICI publications by Meredith Aalto

Family SupportNet News: Issue 3

Newsletter from Family SupportNet, an ICI project that helped people with disabilities and their families from diverse communities to access resources online. (12/2002)

Family SupportNet News: Issue 6

Newsletter from Family SupportNet, an ICI project that helped people with disabilities and their families from diverse communities to access resources online. (9/2002)

Family SupportNet News: Issue 5

Newsletter from Family SupportNet, an ICI project that helped people with disabilities and their families from diverse communities to access resources online. (8/2002)

Family SupportNet News: Issue 4

Newsletter from Family SupportNet, an ICI project that helped people with disabilities and their families from diverse communities to access resources online. (4/2002)

Family SupportNet News: Issue 2

Newsletter from Family SupportNet, an ICI project that helped people with disabilities and their families from diverse communities to access resources online. (9/2001)

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