Sarah received her B.A. in Behavioral Sciences at Drew University in Madison, NJ, in 2005. During that time, she participated in an internship at Allegro School using ABA therapy with children with autism and also worked at Bancroft Neurohealth, a residential center for children and adolescents with severe behavior challenges. Sarah received her M.S. in Developmental Psychology from Purdue University in 2008. She conducted research studies in infant language development while obtaining her masters, and continued her research experience at IUPUI by studying language development in children with cochlear implants. Since January 2010, Sarah has been providing services through BACA as a therapist, NET consultant, research coordinator and training specialist. She completed a certification program in order to obtain her BCBA through Florida Institute of Technology, and successfully received her BCBA in March 2014. Sarah is currently working as team supervisor with her amazing team of behavior technicians and clients at BACA Z.
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