Dr. Sarah Hall
Sarah Hall, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Ashland University. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in transition, collaboration and consultation, classroom and behavior management, assessment, and educational intervention. Her research interests include the social inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the concerns of their siblings.
Dr. Hall is a Fellow of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD). She is an associate editor of American Secondary Education, published by the Ashland University College of Education, and is on the editorial board of the AAIDD journals Inclusion and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. She also participated in the 2015 National Goals in Research, Practice, and Policy working meeting as a representative of AAIDD.
Dr. Hall is the Chair of Ohio SIBS (Special Initiatives by Brothers and Sisters) and is a co-coordinator of Sibs Looking Forward: Transition Retreat for students with developmental disabilities and their siblings. She has an older brother with multiple disabilities who has influenced her career, service in the community, and advocacy.