Gerry Anderson Arango, EdD is the mother of two young adults and a professor of education at Holy Family University in Philadelphia. 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).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 https://downglutenlactose.wordpress.com . Gerry assists Networks with various projects including the Communication Mentors’ Course, transition related trainings, and Community Bodywork Clinics.