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Amy DeBruler received her Bachelor’s of Art in Psychology in 2015 from the College of Idaho. She receieved her Master’s of Education in 2016, and her Educational Specialist of School Psychology in 2019. Both graduate degrees were obtained from Utah State University.
She has lived and worked in Cache Valley for the past five years and loves all the outdoors has to offer. She has worked with students with severe intellectual, physical, and emotional disabilities in pre-school through high school.
She is currently the Program Coordinator for the Aggies Elevated post-secondary education program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The program’s aim is to offer a supportive and inclusive college experience to young adults with intellectual disabilities similar to their typically developing peers. Aggie Elevated will offer the chance to learn and live independently and to work in a field that is suited to their interests and abilities.
There are more than 4,000 college campuses in the United States. Only 270 offer programs for young adults with intellectual disabilities. One is Aggies Elevated at Utah State University.