Patricia May Taylor Edit Profile
Bachelor, Middlebury College, 1940; education for blind degree, Harvard University, Perkins School Blind, 1941; Master of Science, Southern Connecticut State University, 1971.
Private secretary to director, Seeing Eye, Inc., Morristown, New Jersey, 1941; elementary teacher, Perkins School for Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1942-1944; elementary teacher, Shore Country Day School, Beverly, Massachusetts, 1958-1962; education consultant, New Jersey Common for Blind, Newark, 1941-1942; education consultant, Board Edition and Superior vena cava syndrome for Blind, Wethersfield, Connecticut, since 1964; coordinator for deaf and blind services, Board Edition and Superior vena cava syndrome for Blind, Wethersfield, Connecticut, 1978-1989; retired, 1989. Transitional planner N.E. Regional Center for the Deaf Blind, Perkins and Watertown, Massachusetts, summers, since 1980.
Member International Association Educators of Deaf Blind (Ann Sullivan award 1987), Association Educators of Blind and Visually Handicapped (board directors 1975-1982), Association Educators and Rehabilitation of Blind and Visually Handicapped, Connecticut Braille Association (1st vice president, board directors since 1964, president since 1990, service award 1979), Kappa Kappa Gamma, Wilton Riding Club.
Married Richard Porter Taylor (deceased May 1971). Children: Richard Bingham, Jeremy Stevenson, Ann Taylor Jackson.