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Deborah E. Schneider

HASCI Coordinator

Disabilities

HQ Phone:  (843) 805-5800

Email: d***@***.com

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Disabilities

995 Morrison Drive Suite 100

Charleston, South Carolina,29403

United States

Company Description

The Disabilities Board of Charleston County (DBCC) is the leading provider in Charleston County for services and supports for children and adults who are eligible for services through the SC Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (SCDDSN). We offer early... more

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Employment History

HASCI Coordinator

Disabilaties Board of Charleston County


Founder and President

WInd Dancing New Beginnings, Inc.


North American Head of Human Resources and Administration

Sumitomo Bank , Ltd.


FACTS Coordinator

Brain Injury Association of New York State


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LEARNET: Living Education And Resources Network by the Brain Injury Association of New York State

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Debbie Schneider


LEARNET: Living Education And Resources Network by the Brain Injury Association of New York State

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Deborah E. Schneider


Brain Injury Association of New York State

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Deborah Schneider, LMT


Sunrise Counseling Center and its counselors provides individual, couples, family therapy.

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Deborah Schneider, LMT


Sunrise Counseling Center provides massage therapy for stress and relaxation.

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Deborah E. Schneider, BA, LMT, CBIS
Deborah Ellen Schneider, a married mother of four, received her BA in English from Muhlenberg College. She is a former high school English teacher, corporate trainer at J.P. Morgan Bank, and the North American head of human resources and administration for Sumitomo Bank, Ltd., the second largest bank in the world. She was an accomplished equestrian with plans to open a riding academy for people with disabilities and wanted to write a book, until one day a car ride changed everything. In 1995, Deborah was rear-ended by a speeding truck and sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) so severe, that within seconds she was functioning like a five-year-old child. She endured chronic pain, post traumatic stress syndrome, and debilitating physical injuries. Critical to her recovery was her rehabilitation at Transitions of Long Island, a facility for the head injured, and support from family and friends as well as strangers. Today, even after a double mastectomy; she has had a miraculous recovery, and an amazing spiritual transformation. Deborah reinvented her life. She attended the Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy in New York and became a licensed massage therapist with a private practice specializing in pain and stress relief. She is also a Coordinator for the Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS) where she advocates for TBI survivors and their families on Long Island. She has resumed her equestrian activities, and she is the author of Wind Dancing: The Gift of Healing Traumatic Brain Injury.


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