Areas of Expertise
1. Inclusive education for students with moderate and severe disabilities
2. Improving post-secondary outcomes for students with emotional and behavioral disorders
Ed.D., University of North Florida
Dr. Reed serves as Professor in Residence at the Urban Professional Development School Lake Shore Middle. She is also the Florida APSE Board of Directors President and was recently an invited participant to the United States Administration on Developmental Disabilities stakeholders’ strategic planning meeting.
Publications & Presentations
Reed, D. (2010). Transition to Employment: Moving Forward? APSE Connections.
Reed, D. (2009). College Students with Bipolar Disorder and Their Personal Transition from High School to College. Dissertation.
Reed, D., & Duran, D. (2009). The Ramifications of Farris v Department of Children and Families. A White Paper funded by the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council.
Reed, D. & Duran, D. (2007). Barriers to Accessing Preventive Breast Health Care for
Women with Disabilities. A White Paper funded by the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council.
Organizations and Achievements