Introducing… our newest team member Rose Marie Paul, HMG-LI Bilingual Family Resource Specialist

Rose Marie Paul joins Docs for Tots as a Bilingual Family Resource Specialist for Help Me Grow Long Island. She received her Bachelor of Science from Queens College in 2017, where she studied Psychology. In her previous position, Rose served the community as a Bilingual Care Manager at Hispanic Counseling Center for over 2 years. She was responsible for assisting developmentally disabled individuals and their families with accessing a variety of resources and services to meet their needs. As a Care Manager, Rose has been able to provide advocacy for children in need of speech, physical, occupational, and behavioral therapies at CSE meetings. She has also been able to link families to local specialists to meet their dental, psychiatric, and psychological needs. Through this role, she has been able to observe and understand the necessity of connecting families to local resources in order to enrich the development of children with or without disabilities. During her free time, she enjoys spending her evenings as a mentor for at-risk youth. She also highly enjoys tending to her houseplants.

We are pleased to welcome Rose Marie to the HMG-LI team!

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