Patt Kleckley, Administrative Coordinator

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“I believe in the mission of Carolina Behavior & Beyond.  As the mom of an adult son with special needs, I know what a positive impact early intervention can have on both the child and their family.  Back in the 1980’s when Reuben was first diagnosed, the lack of services we experienced left us as parents feeling isolated and disheartened.  I am so grateful to be a part of a team that provides a positive outlook with hope and support for the future of families.”

Patt Kleckley is a native of Morrisville, NY but calls South Carolina home after relocating years ago.  Patt is a graduate of Western Kentucky University where she received her degree in Art Education. Upon graduating, she followed her heart to the public sector and was employed as a local middle school art teacher for over thirty years.  She was twice chosen as Northside Middle School Teacher of the Year and was also honored as Lexington Two District Teacher of the Year in 2008.

Mrs. Kleckley is an avid artist and loves to create-In her spare time, Patt enjoys vacationing with her family, traveling, and spending time relaxing on her porch.

 

Cell: 803.622.4491

Email: patt@carolinabehaviorandbeyond.com

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