Tell us a bit about your job as a BCBA. I am a full time BCBA at a private special education school in the high school program. I work with students ages 14-18 with multiple disabilities. I write behavior support plans for
What drove you to the ABA Therapist profession? I was inspired by the science of behavior change to be able to help others improve their lives. How do you balance your career and family? I create time to engage in activities that I enjoy (going
Tell us a bit about your job as an ABA THERAPIST. I experience working with special needs children throughout my 14 years of teaching. A co-worker years ago while she was observing me work said “Ms. D, you could be an amazing Rbt”.
What drove you to the ABA Therapist profession? As a professional working in the field of ABA, I have always had a passion for helping those with disabilities. I discovered this passion while working in the field as a behavior therapist during my undergraduate
My job as an ABA therapist involves working with a client in the home and school setting. I was able to shadow the clients previous ABA therapist before starting in May, and I found that very helpful! I have always
I have experience working as a paraprofessional in the public school system in New Jersey. I received my first ABA training in this environment. I very much enjoy working and teaching children, especially children in elementary school. I enjoy working
I began my journey in the field of special needs in 1996. I started working in group homes for those with developmental disabilities. Then, it progressed to day programs and job coaching. I worked full time in a behavioral unit
Tell us a bit about your job as an ABA THERAPIST. I provide ABA at home but also as my main job and this is a way for me to help children in different ways like their life skills, social skills, play etc.
So many people think that being a BCBA is all challenges, but I wish that people could feel the rewards of a goal being completed, a challenging behavior decreasing, a positive peer interaction, and a grateful parent. – I work
What drove you to the ABA Therapist profession? I was always inclined to work with people who were on the spectrum from a very young age. I’ve had an affinity to the people on spectrum being that I have a little brother
We sat down with this month’s Gold Star winner Jennifer Gruber to discover what drives her as a Behavior Analyst, what she likes about working for Golden Care Therapy. and what her day-to-day looks like Tell us
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