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MSI Director Receives Appointment from Florida Governor Charlie Crist

Susan Kabot, Ed.D., CCC-SLP

Susan Kabot, Ed.D., CCC-SLP, director of Clinical and Therapeutic Programs at the Mailman Segal Institute for Early Childhood Studies (MSI), was recently appointed to the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council by Governor Charlie Crist.

At MSI, Kabot specializes in researching and developing programs for children with autism spectrum disorders, supervises the Starting Right program and the Unicorn Children’s Clinic, and serves as chair of NSU’s Interdisciplinary Council for the Study of Autism.

The Florida Developmental Disabilities Council was established in 1971 to help plan individual and family-centered support for persons with disabilities in Florida. The Council also guides the development and administration of services for people with developmental disabilities by planning and funding research, innovations, and programs designed to improve the quality of their lives.

Additionally, reappointed to the council was Casey Stewart of Pembroke Pines. Stewart, an employee of Publix Super Markets is a graduate of NSU’s Baudhuin Preschool, which provides services to more than 150 preschoolers with autism through a contract with the School Board of Broward County.