Jordan Dellinger, a licensed social worker in Ohio (USA), speaks professionally at conferences and student organizations about neurodiversity, neuroinclusivity, and Autistic culture. She also offers customized staff trainings for a variety of organizations. Jordan has many years of experience working with children and adults diagnosed with developmental delays or disabilities. She is currently working at the Buckeye Ranch as an Intensive Home-based Treatment (IHBT) Clinician supporting youth with significant behavioral health challenges and developmental concerns and their families.
Past engagements include:
Dellinger, J. N. Introduction to Neurodiversity and Autistic Culture. Presentation at: 17th Annual NADD State of Ohio IDD/MI Conference. 2019 Sep 23-24; Dublin, OH.
Dellinger, J. N. Expanding Neurodiversity hiring practices: Current and future directions. Lecture at: SciAccess. The Ohio State University’s 2019 Science Accessibility Conference. 2019 Jun 28-29; Columbus, OH.
Dellinger, J.N. Neurodiversity: Thinking differently about ASD. Lecture at: The Ohio State University Advocates for Communities and Education (ACE) Scholars. 2019 Jan 29; Columbus, OH.
Dellinger, J.N. Cultural competence: Autism Spectrum Disorder and neurodiversity. Staff training at: The Nisonger Center, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. 2019 Jan 11; Columbus, OH.