A partnership between the Texas State University Department of Psychology, the Seaton Foundation, and the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities-Texas Chapter.
The Learning Community is comprised of Texas State students who complete 3 elective courses in Psychology, including an internship, focusing on the theme of long-term care (LTC) and LifeLong Living (LLL) for individuals of all ages with cognitive disabilities. The purpose is to prepare students for a career in LTC specializing in cognitive disabilities through education, training, research, and internship opportunities during their junior and senior year at Texas State University. The experiences may also be helpful for students considering careers as licensed professionals, such as psychologist, counselor, or specialists in school psychology.
By participating fully in the community activities, Texas State students will:
For additional information, please see the links below or contact the Faculty Advisor, Dr. Ollie Seay, at OllieSeay@txstate.edu.
Dr. Ollie Seay, Faculty Advisor and Clinical Assistant Professor, Texas State University
Dr. Maria Czyzewska, Professor, Texas State University
Robyn Rogers, Senior Lecturer, Texas State University
David Seaton, President of the Seaton Foundation
Rachel Medina, LiveOak Internship Coordinator
Casey Dickerson, Down Home Ranch Internship Coordinator
Jenna Hudson, Marbridge Internship Coordinator
Diane Darrington, Mentis Neuro Health Internship Coordinator