Deputy of Aging and Disability Services
Rique Robb serves as Deputy Administrator over Children’s Services for ADSD and is responsible for all Nevada Early Intervention programs serving children from birth to three and the Autism Treatment Assistance Program. Rique has experience in the development and implementation of community-based programs ensuring children with special needs have a full, inclusive community living experience. She brings an understanding of the management and delivery of communication access services to persons who are deaf, hard of hearing, and persons with speech disabilities. Prior to her appointment as the Deputy Administrator, Rique began her state career in 2012 at the Department of Health and Human Services, Director’s Office, working with community partners and other state agencies on the expansion and implementation of a respite support system for families caring for persons with disabilities. Rique has served as the Executive Director of the RAVE Family Foundation, Director of the Nevada Commission for Persons who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing or Speech Impaired, Chief of Disability Services for the Department of Health and Human Services, Specialist over the Differential Response (DR) and Family Resource Centers (FRC) programs and over 30 years’ experience working with children and individuals with disabilities. She is a strong leader and a caring advocate for the vulnerable populations of Nevada.