Saint Joseph's University

Eileen Sabbatino

Eileen Sabbatino has been a full-time faculty member in the Special Education department at Saint Joseph’s University for 12 years.

Before entering higher education, she taught Special Education for twenty years in Maine, New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Delaware in grades pre-school through high school. She has experience teaching in self-contained, low incidence classrooms, in resource rooms with students with high incidence disabilities, and in inclusive settings.

Dr. Sabbatino’s research pursuits include transition services for students with intellectual, learning, and social/emotional disabilities from high school to work and/or higher education. In addition, she had conducted extensive research in the area of services available to individuals with autism both in school and as adults following school.

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