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Meghan Burke, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is an associate professor of special education. Her research interests include parent advocacy, families (i.e., parents and siblings) of individuals with significant disabilities, and disability policy. Meghan's research examines how parents advocate for services for their offspring with disabilities. Additionally, Meghan conducts research examining how siblings of individuals with disabilities transition to caregiving roles.

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Meghan has developed and tested advocacy training programs (e.g., the Volunteer Advocacy Project or VAP) to educate and empower parents of individuals with disabilities to access services not only for their own offspring but also for other families. To date, the VAP has been replicated in four states. Further, the advocacy training programs have been offered in English and Spanish to families of individuals with disabilities.


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