The Hawaii & Pacific Deaf-Blind Project Welcomes a New Parent Support Specialist, Ginger Knowles

The Hawaii & Pacific Deaf-Blind Project Welcomes a New Parent Support Specialist, Ginger Knowles

Aloha! Please join us in welcoming Ms. Ginger Knowles as the Hawaii and Pacific Deaf-Blind Project’s Family Support Specialist. Ginger has over 20 years experience working with our youth in early childhood education and special education. She is a graduate from Chaminade University of Honolulu with a degree in Early Childhood Education and a dual licensure degree in Special Education & Elementary Education-Mild to Moderate K-12. Ginger currently resides on the west side of the island of Oahu with her family. When Ginger is not keeping busy as a caregiver to her son who has mild to moderate unilateral hearing loss, autism, and trisomy 12p; you can find her volunteering in the community, shopping, or cooking healthy food.

If you didn’t see it in our newsletter, check out the attached article to learn more about her and her beautiful son.

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