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Center Hosts Three Summer Trainees

The Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities is hosting three student trainees this summer. The students have been placed in MCDD's medical-legal partnership, Project HEAL, where they will participate in a number of learning experiences concerning the legal needs of low- and moderate-income Kennedy Krieger patients.

Michelle Dauksha

Michelle DaukshaMichelle Dauksha is in her second year at the University of Baltimore School of Law and is a mentor at a local nonprofit, Paul's Place. Michelle earned a bachelor's degree in public policy from Pennsylvania State University and has paralegal experience.


John Delaney

John Delaney

As a former fourth grade teacher, John Delaney hopes to pursue a career in education law and policy. In his third year at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, John brings experience as a student attorney through Maryland's Civil Rights for Persons with Disabilities Clinic.


Yu-Hsuan (Amy) Lai

Amy LaiYu-Hsuan (Amy) Lai is a Master of Science in Public Health student at The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a focus on children's health. Amy's goal for her internship at the MCDD is to gain more insight into the field of special education and issues related to children with special health care needs.