Flanders replaces the retiring Director Nancy Prescott.
has made CPAC one of the preeminent voices for children with disabilities and their families, Said Elizabeth
Prescott was the founding Director of CPAC and served for 32 years.
played a vital role in the evolution of the center into one of the most important players in the effort to improve special education in Connecticut, according to the statement.
has made CPAC one of the preeminent voices for the rights of children with disabilities in the State of Connecticut and the country as a whole, said Flanders.
Fortunately I will be working with an outstanding staff of professionals who are as dedicated to the children of Connecticut as Nancy