Background & Experience

Sharon Redmon has a background of over 20+ years in Special Education and Assistive Technology and Augmentative and Alternative Communication. She has worked in Washington as a low incidence ECSE teacher and an Assistive Technology Specialist for WA school districts for eight years.  Prior to coming to Washington state Sharon taught ECSE students in rural Wisconsin and was part of WATI from 1994-2008. Sharon also has International teaching experience in Elementary and Special Education teaching students from all over the world and ranging from ages 3-21.  Overseas she wrote general education curriculum for her American overseas schools utilizing Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Upon returning back to the states, Sharon taught again in rural Wisconsin schools where she successfully created an Autism program adapting a clinical online Autism program into an educational setting using principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.  Sharon has had the amazing fortune to have been surrounded with highly talented SLPs, OTRs, PTs, teachers, teacher assistants, administrators, parents, and kids and finds herself back in the great state of Washington on the Olympic Peninsula. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, Early Childhood and Elementary Education from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point; Masters of Science in Adaptive Education and Assistive Technology from St. Norbert College in DePere, WI and has her RESNA ATP certification. She is the only independent AT/AAC/ SPED consultant/trainer practicing on the Olympic Peninsula with an ATP certification.