Nytavia Dibble, Early Interventionist

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“My name is Nytavia Dibble and I am a native of Orangeburg, SC. I am a graduate of SC State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development. I was introduced to Early Intervention during my senior year of college. I realized then how important Early Intervention can be for a child with special needs and how much it can change their life for the better. As a Head Start teacher and now as the mother of a little girl, I have developed a love for children like none other.
Becoming an E.I. has given me the opportunity to work closely with therapists and families to secure a better life for the children I serve.”

Cell: 803.381.8228

Email: nytavia@carolinabehaviorandbeyond.com

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