From Mary, Parent

I can't even think of words to describe our feelings about Jenny's progress from our first ABA session to today. Honestly, I can't really remember how bad her behaviors were unless I am reminded.

This new Jenny didn't happen by accident – we have implemented many plans with extremely positive outcomes. From redirection, extinction, and token boards – they all helped us to achieve greater success.

She is such a joy to be around and is always positive, energetic and ready to play. She still has her moments, but nothing more or less than you would expect from a 7-year old. We couldn't be more proud of her!

From Julie Payne, M.A., Intervention Specialist

I have the opportunity to work with amazing kids! The most effective (and sometimes only) way to support these kids as they reach their full potential is through a team [home and school] approach. I have had the opportunity to work with both Lindsay and Leigh Ann. Their ability to communicate and coordinate plans for improvement is something I have seen firsthand. This approach is not only effective at reaching results, but also at helping kids maintain and generalize a skill that they learn in one setting with one person to a lifelong ability.

From Ellen, Parent

Lindsay has always been dedicated and passionate. Her professionalism and knowledge made us feel very confident in the program right from the start. All of her actions were first and foremost in the best interest of Jack. She consistently sought our [parents] input with respect to Jack's treatment and taught us the necessary skills to help us be instrumental in his development.

Lindsay collaborated closely with Jack's teachers in preparing IEP's and implementing behavior strategies. As parents, it is very fulfilling to have Jack be fully included in a typical classroom. We did not imagine that this would have been possible but, Lindsay helped make it so.