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Tracey Taylor

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“The difference between each of us is… we are really all the same. Each of us wants to be loved and appreciated, to be honored and valued. Look for something each day that represents these principles, especially in the small things such as a smile.”

Tracey Taylor will always smile when she remembers a particular experience working with a child with no vocal communication skills and excessive aggressive behaviors. The parent, desperate to be able to manage his behaviors, asked Tracey if the child would ever speak. Through his program ofABA-based therapy, not only did this child reduce behaviors to a manageable level, he also learned verbal skills. Tracey was there to observe something miraculous: when this child referred to his mother, out loud, as “mama.”

Tracey began her career as a paraprofessional working with visually impaired students. After earning her Associate of Arts in Early Education and Bachelor of Science in Human Services & Human Development, Tracey worked as a teacher for the Fontana Unified School District for over 15 years. She was named “Teacher of the Year” in 2011. Tracey began her journey into applied behavior analysis as a behavior interventionist and discovered her passion for helping people with autism. She earned her Master of Education.degree through Arizona State University and was encouraged by her mentor and founder of California Psychcare – Dr. Ali Sadeghi – to pursue her BCBA.

Tracey is a mother of three wonderful sons and one beautiful daughter-in-law. She LOVES Disneyland, camping at the river, and the beach. God is Tracey’s guiding compass.

April Robinson

April Robinson

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“Each day presents new challenges. Focus on what’s in front of you and you’ll find peace of mind.”

April Robinson is ready for every challenge – even those that are most difficult – and recognizes how her work is instrumental in helping young children begin to speak. She understands that while communication in any form is a pivotal skill, speaking is one of the few skills that really touches parents’ hearts and makes them feel even more connected to their child. For April, nothing is more rewarding than that.

April has been in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis for nearly a decade, and loves the variety she finds in working with children and their families. She pursued her master’s degree in teaching and BCBA, and became board certified in November, 2014.

April has always loved to dance and has been a student of ballet for many years. It’s a great passion of hers.

Stephanie-Richardson

Stephanie Richardson

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“Great leaders share power without ego. Fulfillment comes through serving others.”

Stephanie London is a great leader, providing hope and empowering people to be more independent in their communities. When she thinks about life and her purpose, it is truly to serve. She adds, “The life we live is greater than us, and should be poured out for others through service.” Working with the special-needs population and their families is at the center of Stephanie’s heart.

Stephanie had her undergraduate experience at California State University, Northridge. She was selected to intern at Chime Institute, one of the top inclusion programs for children with disabilities in the country. Stephanie enrolled at UC Davis and was among the first cohort to complete the autism certification program. She received her Master of Teaching and Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from National University, followed by her BCBA.

Stephanie enjoys being outdoors, going to the spa, spending time with family, feeding and serving the homeless, mentoring young ladies through a program called Sarah’s Daughters Ministries, dancing with her church ministry, and traveling.