Lindsay is a Plymouth State alum who has been working with students with disabilities at a variety of grade levels for over a decade. She began working for Campus Accessibility Services in 2015 and was promoted to coordinator in her first year of employment at PSU. Prior to coming here, she taught at a therapeutic residential school for students with emotional, behavioral, and learning differences and before that, she operated a middle school learning center in Scarborough, Maine.
Lindsay’s professional interests include supporting students on the autism spectrum in their transition to college, both academically and socially, as well as advocating for students on campus. She also promotes Universal Design for Learning and offers support to faculty to aid them in making their courses accessible for all learners.
Lindsay also serves on the university’s C.A.R.E. team as well as the Behavior Intervention Team (BIT). Additionally, she is a new member of the Cluster Pedagogy Learning Community serving as an Accessibility Advisor and following the Tackling a Wicked Problem track. Lindsay lives in Plymouth with her husband, son, and daughter. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and especially loves visiting her family’s rustic camp in Maine.
Lindsay Page has a Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies with a concentration in Integrated Arts and a Master of Arts in Human Relations.
Hannah came to Plymouth State in 2008 to pursue a Master’s degree in Education. She began teaching with the English department part-time while she completed her graduate studies, and remains a teaching lecturer to this day. After graduate school, Hannah taught for two years at a therapeutic school for students with a variety of learning differences, and that is where she discovered she wanted to blend her interests in higher education and accessibility. Hannah became the Campus Accessibility Services assistant here at PSU in May of 2016.
Hannah’s professional interests include supporting students with psychiatric disabilities in helping them remove barriers to learning in a higher education environment. She is also interested in developmental writing programs for students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities that impact literacy and written expression.
Hannah also serves on the Queer Council, a faculty and staff group committed to advocacy for our LGBTQ+ community on campus. Her favorite part of her job here at PSU is her interactions with students, whether they are meeting to discuss accommodations, enrolled in one of her English classes, or just connecting in the HUB or at a campus event. Hannah lives in Meredith with her son. In her free time, she enjoys connecting with friends and family and spending time exploring the beautiful natural environment of the lakes region and northern New Hampshire.