Well, Hello Rachel Meyers!
Ms. Meyers brings exciting expertise in both Applied Behavior Analysis and Administration to her new role as ABA Director at Rockwood Prep. Her responsibilities will include the ongoing training and mentoring of the school’s Behavioral Tech Team as well as the continued development and build-out of the specialized behavior program for children and teens.
Ms. Meyers was named as MVP for her record-setting home run hits while attending Phoenix College. She harnesses that same all-star attitude and skillset when working with children with Autism.
Additionally, Ms. Meyers obtained a Master’s in Healthcare Administration from Grand Canyon University. Prior to joining Rockwood Prep, Ms. Meyers worked as a highly sought-after Behavior Technician at _____________.
If you have questions for Ms. Meyers, you can reach here at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why Applied Behavior Analysis Works
Understanding the cause and effect of behaviors in ABA, or Applied Behavior Analysis, is key to tapping into increasing positive behaviors and actions, while decreasing negative behaviors.
ABA Therapy is can benefit children with varied learning disabilities, but is especially helpful for children with autism.
ABA Therapy Programs Can:
- Decrease problematic behaviors
- Increase communication skills
- Improve attention, focus, and memory
- Enhance social skills and confidence
Rockwood Prep is committed to integration of ABA therapy because can easily be adapted to meet the unique needs of each child. The customization of the ABA program works with each learner’s needs, interests, and family situation. The emphasis is always on positive reinforcements and enjoyable learning.
About Rockwood Preparatory Academy
Rockwood Preparatory Academy provides education and therapies to the special needs community. Our responsibility not only lies with our students but is also extended to all individuals with learning disabilities and developmental delayed attributes. That’s why we also provide critical therapies, social |behavioral skills groups, and other enriching activities to the entire special needs community.
Our signature My turn® programs and modalities greatly enhance the overall development of children with special needs in a positive, joyful environment.
Students, ages 5- 18 attending Rockwood Prep spend part of their day setting and achieving academic goals, while learning how to adapt and thrive with their unique set of social, behavioral, and educational challenges. The second part of the school day includes fin and innovative activities and therapies with tangible wins and successes.
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