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Bethany Chase, MSW, LSW, CESP

Bethany ChaseBethany Chase is a Training and Consultation Specialist for the Employment and Transition projects at The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities. Bethany provides training, support, consultation, and education to professionals, self-advocates, and families on best practices regarding supported employment, meaningful day, and transition to adulthood. Particular areas of focus include family and parent support strategies, sexuality and sexual rights of people with disabilities, and disability policy. Notable achievements include continued state and national conference presentations, a 2019 publication in the Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation describing social sexual challenges at the workplace as well as a Boggs Center publication that empowers families and self-advocates to critically and meaningfully evaluate college and post-secondary education programs, which has been promoted by various organizations nationwide.

Prior to her work at The Boggs Center, Bethany spent over a decade as Chair of the Transition Department at the Cooke Center for Learning and Development, based in New York City. In this capacity, Bethany assisted hundreds of students with developmental disabilities and their families as they charted paths towards independent, meaningful, and purposeful lives of their choosing.

Bethany received her master’s degree from Columbia School of Social Work with a focus on Health, Mental Health, and Disabilities. She earned her bachelor’s Degree in Music, with a major in Music Therapy, from Berklee College of Music.


Work Address:
The Boggs Center
Liberty Plaza, 335 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Phone: 732-235-9316
FAX: 732-235-9330
Email: bethany.chase@rutgers.edu

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