Whilst studying Psychology at The University of Hertfordshire, Kelly taught on an ABA home programme. After graduating with a 2:1 in 2000, she then began working at Treehouse School. Treehouse is the first school in the UK, to pioneer the use of ABA to teach children with Autism and other developmental delays.

Kelly taught at Treehouse for 5 years and during this time became one of the first students, here in the UK, to study for the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board’s (BACB), Assistant Behaviour Analyst exam. In 2003, Kelly became a BCaBA (Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst) and has spent the past 12 years working in a variety of settings.

Kelly has extensive experience of not only supporting children with Autism on home and school based programmes, but also of working in mainstream school and community based settings, supporting young children, teenagers, their families/carers and school staff in a variety of ways.

Kelly regularly attends training events to ensure that she can provide the most relevant and up to date services to the families and schools that she supports.

Kelly also has monthly supervision with UK based Board Certified Behaviour Analyst’s (BCBA’s) in order to maintain her certification with the BACB.

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