Mark Hao

Mark Hao

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“Never underestimate your worth or your impact on the lives of the families you support.”

Mark Hao never loses sight of what, or why, he does what he does. Seeing the development and growth of the people he works with is one of the most rewarding things about his job. Mark adds, “It’s vital to not lose sight of how we can apply our own personal touch in the work that we do for others.”

Mark started studying child psychology in high school. After high school, he earned his bachelor’s degree, and he’s been working in the field ever since.

Mark invests a lot emotionally into people, animals, and the arts. He uses music as a form of release and likes to listen to new music while driving.


David Yim

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“The little things matter. Never underestimate the impact you can have on others.”

David Yim knows the impact he has on the families he serves, and for more than 10 years he has seen his impact in action with many different people, behaviors, and life situations. He’s had an incredible journey that has taught him countless life lessons. David wishes everyone could experience and cherish such moments.

David began working with children with special needs as a college student in 2005, while earning his master’s degree in teaching with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). For the past 13 years, David has worked at various autism agencies and special-needs schools, but he has found his true passion with ABA.

In David’s spare time, you can find him singing, playing golf, and hanging out with family and friends.