Regina Simpkins, Early Interventionist

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“Being the mother of a special needs child, a community activist and educator, I made it my mission to build bridges between ‘typical’ families and those like my own.  My passion and purpose in life is to reach families and help them achieve goals they may not have believed possible.  I thank Carolina Behavior & Beyond for giving me the opportunity to join their team and look forward to working with some of the amazing children they serve.”

Regina is a wife and the mother of two children and calls Johnston, SC her home.  She has been working in the special education field for three years and as an educator for ten.  She has been living it first-hand since her daughter was born seventeen years ago with a genetic disorder.

 

Cell: 803.297.2444

Email: regina@carolinabehaviorandbeyond.com

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