Our Staff

Dr. Jennifer Agganis,
EdD, BCBA  

Chief Clinical Officer

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Jennifer Agganis is a leader in the field of behavior analysis and in the treatment for individuals on the autism spectrum and related disabilities demonstrated through her various leadership and community service positions she has held across organizations.

Jennifer graduated from Simmons College in Massachusetts in Behavioral Education and obtained her Board Certified Behavior Analyst certification in 2003, followed by her Doctorate Degree in Education from Florida Atlantic University in 2018.

She has been working with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders of all ages since 1999 with a focus on improving quality of life by decreasing challenging behaviors, increasing pro-social behaviors and empowering all stakeholders.

 

Jennifer is also a wife and mother who enjoys spending time outdoors and serving her community.

Behavior Analysts and Clinical Support Supervisors

Clinical Team

Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts demonstrate a vast set of highly qualified clinical skills that offer various levels of support for children with challenging behaviors. autism, ADHD, OCD, ODD, Downs Syndrome and their families.  These may include but not limited to: 

  • Functional Behavior Assessments

  • Functional Behavior Analysis

  • Curricular Assessments

  • Educational/Academic Supports

  • Life Skills

  • Family Coaching

 

Our certified analysts provide supervision to students enrolled in ABA programs, Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and RBT candidates.  

Kristen Holmes

Family Support Specialist

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Kristen joined our team in August of 2017.  She brings with her years of experience working for various professionals specializing in the healthcare industry where she assisted them with processing insurance benefits and eligibility for their patients.

 

She is a mother and therefore posses a unique skill set to communicate effectively with caregivers in order to guide them through understanding their insurance benefits as well as any local resources needed to support the family.