Project HOPE Foundation Employees Pass Board Exams to Become Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs)

Brittnie Cox

Brittnie Cox

January 6, 2020 -- Three Project HOPE Foundation employees passed their board exams to become Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs). Brittnie Cox is currently a BCBA apprentice at Hope Academy in Landrum, continuing her education to pursue her BCBA. Cox has been with HOPE since 2017.

Jessica Florez

Jessica Florez


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Jessica Florez, with HOPE since October 2016, serves on the behavior support staff while continuing her education to pursue her BCBA. Katie Grooms is a BCaBA apprentice at the Greenwood campus where she has worked for 3 years.

Grooms is currently undergoing the application process to work as a BCaBA at various HOPE campuses. All three women can now supervise the work of Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs).

Katie Grooms

Katie Grooms

Project HOPE Foundation is a non-profit organization providing a lifespan of services to the autism community, across seven campuses in the Upstate and Greenwood.

 


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