Special Education Advocate
Sarah Lhotak received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the Pennsylvania State University followed by a duel Master’s Degree in Elementary Education and Teacher of Students with Disabilities from Montclair State University. Sarah worked as a teacher in a public school for children with Autism and other developmental disabilities for four years. In 2013, she left the classroom to take on a role as a Child Development Specialist working in Early Intervention. Throughout her teaching and early intervention career, Sarah also worked as both a Home Program Coordinator and as a Parent Trainer for families with children on the Autism Spectrum. She now continues supporting students and families as a Special Education Advocate. When Sarah is not helping families and students in Special Education, she is chasing around her own four children and three dogs.