With TEACCH since 1990
Director of Transition Services, Clinical Instructor
Greensboro TEACCH Center and TEACCH A&R
Glenna Osborne is the Director of Transition Services at the University of North Carolina TEACCH Autism Program. Previous positions include Assistant Director of the UNC TEACCH Employment Program, Adolescent/Adult Therapist for the Greensboro TEACCH Center, Research Coordinator, and classroom teacher. Ms. Osborne has been involved with several research and grant projects involving transition and employability skills training. She is a key contributor to the Project SEARCH Autism Enhancement Program and the T-STEP Program (TEACCH School Transition to Employment and Post-Secondary Education). Ms. Osborne has trained audiences both nationally and internationally.
Support transition services in TEACCH centers across the state, including T-STEP; serve as a resource/consultant/trainer regarding transition services for individuals with autism and those who support them
Subject areas I would like to collaborate with other TEACCH colleagues:
Services for adolescents and adults (T-STEP), DBT, diversity, and inclusion, training