DEVELOPMENTAL AND THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION SPECIALIST
Megan is an intervention specialist with over twenty-three years of experience in providing developmental and therapeutic intervention to children with special needs. After completing her Bachelor Degree in Science of Education and Allied Professions, at University of Dayton, with a major in Developmental Handicaps, she also began specializing in more intense and structured teaching programs and methods such as ABA. In 2008, Megan graduated with her Masters Degree in Special Education from Xavier University, with a focus on PDD/Autism Spectrum Disorders. She now holds a dual degree and licensure in Elementary Education and Education of the Handicap/Intervention Specialist.
In 2011, Megan began a specialized program at St. Albert the Great School that provides developmental and therapeutic interventions for students within the Autism Spectrum, as well as other disabilities. Megan has extensive experience with special education services including development of 504 plans, individualized education plans, goals and objectives, and interventions as well as helping families navigate and find appropriate school settings that will best fit their child’s needs.
Megan currently resides in Centerville with her husband, Alex, and their two children.