Kim Bennett is an early childhood special educator who has worked in the field of early intervention in Massachusetts for 15 years. She has a MSEd in Early Intervention from Wheelock College and is a Certified Early Intervention Specialist. Bennett has worked in a variety of settings that support infants, toddlers, and their families around the Boston area. She has been a home visitor and service coordinator, has facilitated new parent and child development programs, overseen curriculum development for music, movement and enrichment programs, and supervised facilitators and instructors from all disciplines. Bennett also serves as an Associate Lecturer and supervisor at Curry College, and runs a professional development training program for early childhood educators through Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
At Emerson, Bennett helps to coordinate the Thayer Lindsley Family-Centered Program within the Robbins Speech Language and Hearing Center. She supervises graduate students as they evaluate and provide comprehensive intervention to promote the development of auditory, speech, language and play skills of infants and toddlers who are deaf and hard of hearing within parent-infant and toddler groups.
Communication Sciences & DisordersSince 2015