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Dr. Lois P. Tannenbaum

NYMC/WIHD LEND Fellow
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
Certified Brain Injury Specialist
Master of Science Education

 

 

Dr. Lois Tannenbaum

Dr. Lois Tannenbaum has been an educator for over 30 years. She holds a
doctoral degree in clinical psychology, and is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist. She has been an instrumental leader of Inclusive Education since the early 1990s. As District Wide Inclusion Specialist for the
Newburgh Enlarged City School District, she developed Differentiated Instructional programs for students across all ability levels and age ranges. Her modus operandi is that anyone can learn anything, at any time in their lives given the right supports and strategies.

Dr. Tannenbaum has organized coordinated and facilitated Collaborative Teaching Teams involving parents as active, contributing members to their child’s education. In that area of expertise, Dr. Tannenbaum has taught teacher preparation graduate courses in Collaboration at Mount Saint Mary College. “Dr. Lois is also on the Board of Directors of the Down Syndrome Association of the Hudson Valley, and serves as their Educational Trainer providing workshops and individualized assistance”.

Dr. Lois is a May 2012 Graduate Fellow of the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) program through New York Medical College and the Westchester Institute of Human Development.




Dr. Tannenbaum is the Traumatic Brain Injury Program Director for three regional counties. She is the newly elected President of the Brain Injury Association of NYS, and their Hudson Valley representative.  Personally, Dr. Lois is both a survivor and caregiver in the areas of TBI and PTSD.  Professionally, she has pursued and completed multiple, intensive courses and trainings in these focal areas. Dr. Tannenbaum is a leading member of a Veterans Task Force and is honored to serve those who proudly served our country.

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