Emily Miller, LGSW, develops programs, trains adults, and writes curriculum in person-centered planning, inclusion, and best practices in the fields of aging and disability. She has experience on the local, State, and National level. Emily serves on the board of the National Village to Village Network, and has developed programs that have been replicated as a promising practices in Villages and influenced the National No-Wrong-Door movement through the Administration for Community Living. Emily has worked with multiple agencies to evaluate and implement inclusive experiences for both staff and the individuals they serve.
Emily works as a Care Consultant at the Alzheimer’s Association providing brief clinical therapy, trains staff in person-centered planning, and co-owns a small button making business in Chicago, IL. Emily holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services with a minor in music from Millikin University.