We sat down with this month’s Gold Star winner Jayah Washington to discover what drives her as an ABA therapist, what she likes about working for Golden Care Therapy. and how she manages her work-life balance
Tell us a bit about your job as an ABA Therapist
I have bachelors in Speech Pathology & Audiology and love working with children.
How do you balance your career and family?
I always make time for my family rather it’s game night at the house or going to our favorite restaurants.
How has Golden Care helped you in your career development?
Golden Care has given me the opportunity to work with amazing clients and grow so much in the field of behavior therapy.
What advice do you have for prospective Golden Care candidates?
My advice to prospective Golden Care candidates is to always have lots of sensory toys and games on hand .
What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
The best advice I have been given is what it’s meant to be will be. I tell my younger self to worry and to not stress over the small stuff.
What is your proudest moment at Golden Care/ in your work as an ABA Therapist?
I love working for Golden Care as an aba therapist and my proudest moment is hearing my client talk for the first time. As a nonverbal client, this meant a lot to me.
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