Every member of the Rising Above ABA team is passionate about providing the best possible care for the families we serve. Each of our board-certified behavior analysts (BCBAs) and behavior technicians has completed extensive training in evidence-based practices for autism treatment. In addition, our team members have a deep commitment to continuing education and keeping up with the latest research in the field of autism spectrum disorders. This allows us to provide cutting-edge, individualized treatment plans that meet the unique needs of each child and family we work with.
Learn more about our exceptional team members below—and we invite you to give us a call at 888.572.7473 to learn more about our autism treatment services.
Lauren is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and a Massachusetts Licensed Applied Behavior Analyst with over 10 years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with autism and related disorders in early intervention, home, residential, and school-based settings. She has a clinical interest in staff training to ensure the delivery of high-quality compassionate ABA services that produce meaningful outcomes for every child.
Lauren has seen that the best outcomes are achieved when all stakeholders in a child’s life are involved in ABA treatment. This includes coordination of care with all related service providers and family/caregiver support to ensure skills that are learned during ABA are carried over into all aspects of a child’s environment. Lauren believes that all children can learn the skills they need to thrive in their lives.
Christina has provided personalized care and support to people of all backgrounds, in a variety of settings. She brings over 20 years of professional experience to her position. Christina also has first-hand experience with the steps that follow a diagnosis. She is a mother of four boys, and her three younger sons are on varying ends of the autism spectrum; one is non-verbal. Christina has been very involved with her sons’ ABA sessions. She maintains that success happens when everyone on the team works together toward shared goals, using the same strategies. Consistency makes room for progression.
Christina was also the Parent Contact for her local Early Intervention Program when her children were participants. As Parent Contact, she facilitated other parents and caretakers in finding and navigating resources such as support services and public aid, meeting medical needs, dealing with IEPs, and more.
Christina is fluent in Spanish and is always ready to help break down language barriers to help parents and children in need.