Meet the Team

Lindsay Page
Accessibility Services Director

Lindsay Page

Lindsay is a Plymouth State alum who has been working with students with disabilities at a variety of grade levels for over a decade. She began working for Campus Accessibility Services in 2015 and was promoted to coordinator in her first year of employment at PSU. Prior to coming here, she taught at a therapeutic residential school for students with emotional, behavioral, and learning differences, and before that, she operated a middle school learning center in Scarborough, Maine.

Lindsay’s professional interests include supporting students on the autism spectrum in their transition to college, both academically and socially, as well as advocating for students on campus. She also promotes Universal Design for Learning and offers support to faculty to aid them in making their courses accessible for all learners.

Lindsay also serves on the university’s C.A.R.E. team as well as the Behavior Intervention Team (BIT). Additionally, she is a new member of the Cluster Pedagogy Learning Community serving as an Accessibility Advisor and following the Tackling a Wicked Problem track. Lindsay lives in Plymouth with her husband, son, and daughter. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and especially loves visiting her family’s rustic camp in Maine.

Lindsay Page has a Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies with a concentration in Integrated Arts and a Master of Arts in Human Relations.


Sydney Bellimer
Accessibility Support Coordinator

Sydney Bellimer

Sydney is a Plymouth State alum who began her career working with students right here on campus. During her undergrad, she was heavily involved in the TRIO Scholars program as a mentor and fellow, which ignited her passion for working with students of all backgrounds, particularly those with disabilities. She returned to Plymouth State in 2021 to begin a master’s program in School Counseling with a certificate in Play Therapy, which is still in progress.

Sydney’s professional interests include advocacy for students’ mental health, neurodiversity, diversity education, and inclusion, and LGBTQ+ rights. She has presented research projects and writings on supporting transgender and gender non-conforming students in schools, ADHD, complex PTSD, career development in college students, and multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) in schools.

Sydney lives with her partner and dog, and in her free time enjoys crafting, video games, and spending time outdoors.