Brian Corrigan

Vice Chair

Brian is a Case Management Associate at United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Cleveland in
the Leafbridge Therapy Department. He assists families in navigating the challenges they face in day to day life while advocating and providing services for their children with varying disabilities.

Brian sits on the Maximum Accessible Housing Board of Directors. This allows him to pursue issues surrounding fair housing for all individuals and educate others on the needs of individuals within the disability community.

Brian participates in the Cleveland Clinic Developmental Disabilities- Practice Based Research Network. The Network is comprised of professionals who work within the disability field. The group works to enhance the healthcare system and experiences of individuals with developmental and cognitive disabilities. Brian graduated from Baldwin Wallace University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Communications (2014) . He joined the Gould Syndrome Foundation (COL4A1/A2) to help bring attention to the syndrome, to benefit all the children and adults who fight everyday to live and have a normal life despite their challenges. His personal love for a child with the condition sparked his interest and involvement in the group. Brian resides in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. ‚Äč

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