Judy K. C. Bentley, Editor-in-Chief
This special issue of Social Advocacy and Systems Change is edited by Dr. Lynn Anderson, Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Recreation, Parks and Leisure Studies at the State University of New York College at Cortland, and director for the Inclusive Recreation Resource Center. Dr. Anderson has been active in the field of therapeutic recreation and inclusion for over 30 years. She has worked in both outdoor recreation and therapeutic recreation settings and has conducted research on inclusive outdoor recreation opportunities. She received her master’s degree in outdoor recreation and park management from the University of Oregon and her Ph.D. in therapeutic recreation from the University of Minnesota.
We are honored in this issue to give voice to individuals who share their experiences with living full and active lives.
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Judy K. C. Bentley
Judy K. C. Bentley holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree from Southern Methodist University, a Master’s degree in Special Education/Reading Education from Southwest Texas State University, and a Doctoral degree in Education/School Improvement from Texas State University. Her research interests include Symbolic Inclusion, children labeled with “severe/multiple disabilities” as architects of systemic, inclusive education reform, and maximizing the success of students with disabilities in postsecondary education.
Call for Submissions
Judy K.C. Bentley
Anthony J. Nocella, II
Robin M. Smith
Frances A. Pizzola
Ann Burns Thomas
Christine L. Widdall