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Tim Feeney

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Wildwood Institute

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Wildwood Institute

946 Burr Oak Ln.

Madison, Wisconsin,53713

United States

Company Description

Wildwood Institute is a small, woman-owned business dedicated to educating and empowering people to heal themselves, their families and communities, and the earth. In addition to health consultations; we offer herb walks, classes and retreats on herbalism an...more

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Employment History

Executive Director

School & Community Support Inc


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STIC | AccessAbility Newsletter | Summer 2009 Issue No. 95

stic-cil.org [cached]

STIC is fortunate to have available an internationally renowned behavioral psychologist, Dr. Tim Feeney, who runs our statewide TBI Neurobehavioral Project.
That project uses the Positive Behavioral Support model to create individualized services to enable people with multiple disabilities-brain injury, substance abuse, and mental health disabilities-and really, really tough behavior problems-to live independent and productive lives in their own homes and communities. In our call with Commissioner Ritter we offered Dr. Feeney's services to the families whose children are slated for the autism group "homes". Dr. Feeney will speak at STIC on June 25 on "Positive Behavior Supports and Autism". Dr. Tim Feeney Tim Feeney, Ph.D. is the Executive Director of School and Community Support, Inc. For the past 12 years he has also been the Project Director of the New York Neurobehavioral Resource Project, a New York State Department of Health grant-funded program developed to support individuals with brain injury and significant behavioral challenges to live successfully in their home communities. In addition, Tim has extensive experience developing services for individuals on the autism spectrum; this includes work with school districts that support students with autism, Asperger's syndrome, or pervasive developmental disorders.


STIC | AccessAbility Newsletter | Spring 2004 Issue No. 74

stic-cil.net [cached]

Timothy J. Feeney, Ph.D. Director,
Wildwood Institute


Qualified Rehabilitation Support | Mindworks

mindworksgroup.ca [cached]

Dr. Tim Feeney
Dr. Tim Feeney Dr. Feeney is the Director of the Wildwood Institute, a not-for-profit organization founded to assist schools in the development of collaborative and cost-effective services.


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Finally, a study conducted by Mark Ylvisaker of the College of Saint Rose and Timothy Feeney of the Wildwood Institute looked at children with executive function impairment, meaning they have a brain functioning impairment perhaps affecting motor skills, memory, or focus ability, and relating techniques of learned optimism not to the children themselves, but to their caretakers, who oftentimes are more likely to feel helpless than optimistic in regards to caring for the child.


www.mindworksgroup.ca

Dr. Tim FeeneyMindWorks - Support Services for Brain InjuryDr. Tim Feeney Dr. Feeney is the Director of the Wildwood Institute, a not-for-profit organization founded to assist schools in the development of collaborative and cost-effective services.


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