Working with Autism Extends the Reach and Scope of Its Services in Los Angeles County with the Addition of 3 New Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) Case Supervisors

In its mission to provide quality autism treatment, Working With Autism is increasing the reach and effectiveness of its services by supplementing the size of its team with 3 new BCBA case supervisors. The new team members will allow WWA to continue meeting the increasing demand for quality empirically supported therapies for autistic children in Los Angeles County.

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Working With Autism and Pervasive Disorders

"We are thrilled to welcome such positive, dedicated, and well-versed BCBA's to WWA. The multitude of their experiences will further enhance the strength of our program, as well as enable WWA to offer an even broader range of services to our families."

Encino, CA (PRWEB) August 12, 2014

Working With Autism (WWA) has been working tirelessly to help families gain access to a larger number of funding sources for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Intervention for their children, and by actively engaging with funding sources available in Los Angeles and Santa Clarita Counties, WWA has helped families access high quality and affordable ABA services.

With a boost in the number of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), WWA is poised to offer its services to residents of Los Angeles, San Fernando, and Santa Clarita and enable the families to leverage funding available from a number of Insurance carriers.

Through the very nature of WWA's endeavors and in consonance with its guiding beliefs, it strives and ensures that only the most professionally equipped and highly compassionate individuals join its team. With the addition of the new BCBA certified supervisors, families can effectively receive the support, time, and encouragement needed to successfully complete an ABA program.

"We are thrilled to welcome such positive, dedicated, and well-versed BCBA's to WWA. The multitude of their experiences will further enhance the strength of our program, as well as enable WWA to offer an even broader range of services to our families," quoted Jennifer Sabin, Executive Director at Working With Autism.

Working With Autism is well on its way to help families of autistic children with the added strength provided by our new members who are well versed in the requirements of the job and are deeply committed to the success of the mission. Our new members include:

Jill Reder, M.A., M.Ed., BCBA is thoroughly familiar with behavioral interventions for Autism and with her experience as a Principal at a non-public school; she understands the requirements in special education.

Traci Oberg, M.S., BCBA has spent 7 years in studying and understanding ABA. Her work with families in both Northern and Southern California has made her familiar with the needs of a diverse population of children with ASD.

Tania Eufemia, M.A., BCBA will bridge the language gap with Spanish speaking families. She is an accomplished hand at helping children to achieve their highest potential in leading a fulfilling a happy life.

WWA looks forward to this new phase with determination to endure and accomplish. For more information on WWA's services, call (818) 501-4240 or email encino(at)workingwithautism(dot)com.

About Working With Autism
Working With Autism was formed in 1997 and is a leading organization specializing in the treatment of autism and other pervasive developmental disorders. Our agency emphasizes the teaching of social skills through applied behavior analysis (ABA) and discrete trial training (DTT). Our goal is to provide individuals with autism the communication, self-help, vocational, social, and self-management skills that will promote their independence and socio-emotional functioning. Visit us at http://workingwithautism.com/ for more information.


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