Episode 22 - Amy Foxman, Founder of Ability ABA, BCBA

Amy Foxman is the founder of Ability ABA, PLLC, and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and certified special and general education teacher. Ability ABA is dedicated to building strengths and skills across the lifespan through providing direct services, consultation, and training. Amy currently is pursuing her Ph.D. in Autism Intervention at the University of North Texas and has worked extensively with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, from early childhood to adult, in home, clinical, and school settings. Amy utilizes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and an evidence-based approach to support individuals, families, and other professionals to achieve optimal outcomes and quality of life.
Here are some resources shared in Amy’s episode:
Financial Assistance/Grant Organizations:
• Autism Support Network: Links to grants for individuals and families. http://www.autismsupportnetwork.com/resources/autism-grantsunited-states
• Masonic Home and School of Texas: Provides funding for family needs, medical and prescription services, therapies, and school supplies and career counseling. http://www.masonichometx.org/
• Variety Texas: Provides individual grants and funding for assistance animals, therapy, sensory equipment, modified vehicles, education, and more. http://www.varietytexas.org/

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