Gerry Anderson Arango, Ed.D. Wholistic Practices Practitioner / Guest Speaker

Photo of Gerry Arango

With Networks Since: 2012
gerrya@networksfortraining.org

Biography

Gerry is a professor of education at Holy Family University in Philadelphia. She assists Networks with various projects including the Communication Mentors’ Course, transition related trainings, and Community Bodywork Clinics.

Additional Information

Gerry is the mother of two young adults. She also writes and presents professionally on topics in special education, inclusion, transition, and person-centered planning, including a memoir entitled, “What Would Nola Do? What My Mother Taught Me about Showing Up, Being Present and the Art of Caregiving” (available on Amazon.com and through the publisher at www.store.silverxord.com). Gerry also has a blog entitled “Down Gluten. Down Lactose. Down Syndrome (A Search for Good Eats & a Little Enlightenment in the Midst of Dietary Restrictions and Other Stuff)” at downglutenlactose@wordpress.com.