Amy's private practice is her pride and joy!
In addition to her expertise in autism and applied behavioral analysis, she is also known for her competencies in teaching methodologies, accommodations, assistive technology, adapted physical education, and special-education law. Amy's excellence in negotiation and mediation skills has achieved positive results for many children with disabilities acheiving appropriate supports and services to access the core curriculum in the least restrictive environment.
A Few Achievements:
- M.S. Special Education, CSULB, Long Beach, CA
- Professional Clear Level II Education Specialist Instruction Credential, Mild/Moderate Disabilities, CSULB, Long Beach, CA
- Current Part-Time Lecturer and University Supervisor CSULB, Long Beach, CA, College of Education, Department of Advanced Studies in Education and Counseling
- Member, Council of Parent Attornerys and Advocates (COPAA)
- Member, Southern California Special Education Task Force
- Member, Council for Exceptional Children
- Guest Lecturer, CSULB, Long Beach, CA
- Seminar Presenter for Special Education Credential Program, Empowering Families
- Presenter,"Monitoring Progress on IEP Goals" Get Informed: A Special Needs Community Resources and Educational Fair,
- Presenter,"Writing S.M.A.R.T. IEP Goals" at Community Advisory Comittee (CAC), Long Beach Unified School District, Long Beach, CA
- Presenter, "Ask an Advocate" Training Individuals for Grassroots Education Reform (TIGER)
- Presenter, "Do's and Don'ts of IEPs" Autism Society of America Whittier Area, Greater Long Beach/San Gabriel Valley