Lisa Latten, M.S. E.d.
Health Project Coordinator
Drawing from her experiences on parenting a child with autism, Mrs. Latten uses her training as an educator to help families navigate the world of school, medical and community systems. Mrs. Latten focuses helping families navigate various systems, while keeping the child at the center.
Roles and Responsibilities
Mrs. Latten’s responsibilities include initial intake into the clinic for diagnostic care, overseeing intakes for our behavior programs, working with ECHO and collaborating with clinicians to improve daily life of families and children.
Patient Care Profile
Lisa's approach to working with families is to listen and offer support. Having a child with autism allows insight into the emotional piece and what families experience. She will work hard to connect families with resources in the community and at the hospital. She will be an advocate for families within Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.
- 2017 | University of Rochester | Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND)
- 2003 | State University of New York at Brockport | Educational Administration
- 1993 | Roberts Wesleyan College | Elementary Education, Sociology
- New York State | N-6 elementary education | 7-12 Social Studies