Laura Gay, Early Interventionist

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“Having a job where I can work with children with special needs is incredibly fulfilling. I love seeing the light bulb come on in a child’s eyes when they understand what you have been teaching them.”

Laura Gay is a graduate of South University of Columbia, SC with a degree in Health Science. After working with special needs children at her church, Laura decided to start working with children with Autism. She worked in applied behavioral analysis with autistic children for nearly two years. Laura specializes in Autism and children with difficult behavior issues.

 

Cell: 803.814.8949

Email: laura@carolinabehaviorand beyond.com

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