More than 30 qualified teachers are at the Rich Center – each instructor has a teaching license in psychology, education, or related fields. Many of our teachers have Applied Behavior Analysis certificates, special education degrees or social work experience making them exceptionally qualified to handle mild to extreme diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder. More than 65% of them have master’s degrees or are working towards completion of graduate studies. There is a full time nurse on staff and faculty visit the center from Youngstown State University who work on various research projects related to autism spectrum disorder.
Associate Director of Programs
Interim Associate Director of Development
Coordinator of Events Management
Applied Behavior Analyst