Jennifer Springs, Early Interventionist

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“Working with children has always been a passion of mine. When I started working at a head start program in 2007, my love for working with special needs children grew. After working there for seven years,  I transitioned to working with children with Autism. I did Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy (ABA) for over three years with children ages three to seven.”

Jennifer started working with Carolina Behavior & Beyond in December of 2016. Within this short time frame, she knows this is where she should be. As an Early Interventionist (EI), she’s able to work with a variety of children with disabilities. Jennifer is eager to learn everything she can as an EI. She has a Masters of Science in Psychology with a specialization in General Psychology. She’s also a Registered Behavior Technician.

 

Cell: 803.348.6069

Email: jennifer@carolinabehaviorandbeyond.com

 

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