The Outcomes Service staff of rehabilitation professionals includes employment specialists, job coaches, vocational evaluators, staff providing personal supports and program coordinators with specific training and experience working with adults with disabilities.
Ms. Miller-Vogel joined The TLC Outcome Service as Director in June 2015. She is a proven leader with 35+ years of experience in providing high quality services to individuals with developmental disabilities and companies. Prior to joining The Outcomes Service, Ms. Miller-Vogel held a variety of leadership positions including program director for adults with developmental disabilities, assistant director of education at a school for children with autism and president of her own consulting company providing services in organization development and human resource development. Ms. Miller-Vogel has expertise in the areas of strategic planning, business management, staff development, organization development and programming for those with developmental disabilities. She is a strong advocate for people with special needs. Ms. Miller-Vogel has a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from the University of Maryland and a Master’s degree in Organization Development and Human Resource Development from Johns Hopkins University. In addition, she was a selected member of the Governor’s Commission on Autism – Workforce Development Taskforce.
Karen Morgret, Assistant Director
Ms. Morgret has been Assistant Director of TLC’s Outcomes Service since 2008. With over 20 years of experience in planning, implementing and managing vocational programs, she has experience in strategic planning, budgeting, staff recruitment, quality assurance, community advocacy, program development and implementation. Ms. Morgret is responsible for administrative aspects of Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) long-term programs and Department of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) short-term programs. In 2012, Ms. Morgret led Outcomes to receive its sixth consecutive three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities(CARF) in Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation Services. Ms. Morgret earned her Master of General Administration/Human Resource Administration from The University of Maryland University College (College Park).
Stacey Briggs, Program Coordinator
Ms. Briggs joined Outcomes as Program Coordinator in 2015. She has a Masters of Education degree from Howard University, specializing in Counseling Psychology. She also has a Masters of Science degree from Capella University in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Ms. Briggs worked in the Montgomery County disabilities community as an advocate for individuals with developmental disabilities in residential and vocational services for 11 years and is a DDA Maryland State certified BPS trainer (Behavior Principles and Strategies). She also served in County government during that time monitoring state funded, as well as privately paid for services. She is the mother of two and excited to be a part of the Treatment and Learning Centers team.
Sarah Shick, Intake Coordinator
Ms. Shick joined TLC’s The Outcomes Service in 2010 and recently assumed the position of Intake Coordinator for DDA Services and the new Transition Advocacy Program (TAP). Ms. Shick obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University in 2005. Sarah received her Certified Employment Support Professional (CESP) credential from the Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE). She has a special interest in Transitioning Youth, concentrating on facilitating a seamless transition for young adults coming out of high school into the adult services system, including serving the population of individuals with disabilities that do not meet the requirements of long term funding sources.
Sherri Stocklin, Assistant Program Coordinator
Ms. Stocklin joined in The Outcomes Service has been with TLC since 2002. She started as an Employment Specialist at TLC and was promoted to her current position in 2012. Ms. Stocklin earned a B.A. in Psychology from Penn State University and worked with at risk youth in a group home and independent living program settings in Centre County, Pennsylvania. Ms. Stocklin is from Philadelphia. She volunteered with AmeriCorps National Service. Her commitment to working with individuals in the community is apparent in her work every day. Ms. Stocklin was awarded TLC prestigious Meritorious Service Award in 2012.
Beth Odom, Community Inclusion Team Leader
Ms. Odom joined The Outcomes Service team in 2013 as a Case Manager and was promoted to the position of Community Inclusion Team Leader in 2016. In this position Ms. Odom supervises the Community Learning Service activities and programs. She has experience working with adults with developmental disabilities as a case manager, employment specialist, and as supervisor in a residential program before joining The Outcomes Service. She was highly effective as job coach. Ms. Odom has much experience in providing an enriched quality of life in the community for the clients she served. She also has strong management skills in planning and administration as well as supervising staff and assisting in hiring direct support professionals. Ms. is an asset to our team.
Maia Magder, M.S., CCC-SLP
Ms. Magder is a Speech-language Pathologist who has been practicing for 15 years. She received her Master’s degree at Emerson College in Boston, and completed her clinical fellowship at Albert Einstein/Moss Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia. Maia has worked in acute care, acute rehabilitation, and outpatient settings helping people with cognitive/communicative and feeding disorders. For 10 years, she was a clinical/research Speech-language Pathologist at the National Institutes of Health’s Clinical Center, where she also conducted research in language learning disabilities in adolescents with severe mood dysregulation. Maia continues to run a social communication group for adults focused on functional communication and job/work communication. Her expertise is in both acquired speech and language disorders and developmental speech and language disorders. Her breadth of knowledge of feeding and language development spans infants and toddlers to adults to geriatrics.
Donna Cruickshank, LCSW-C, Social Worker
Ms. Cruickshank is an experienced Licensed Social worker with a Master’s degree and more than 30 years experience. She received her Master’s in Social Work from Catholic University. Ms. Cruickshank has in-depth knowledge and experience working with people with mental health issues, developmental disabilities and substance abuse problems. She has effectively provided individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy. Ms. Cruickshank has strong skills working with adults and children. She has worked in schools as well as in a private practice. Previously, Ms. Cruickshank was Assistant Director of a residential program for students with developmental disabilities. We are fortunate to have Ms. Cruickshank join our team in November 2016.
Nurit Martin Cameron