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Special Instructors

Kristan M., MEd, LBS is a mother of 2 as well as a licensed behavior specialist and developmental therapist with over 10 years experience working with children and adults with special needs. She has experience working in a variety of settings and situations and specializes in working with individuals with autism. “I am passionate about helping children and families find practical solutions that lead to success.”


Jessica M., has attained degrees in Elementary and Special Education, in addition to a Reading Specialist and Autism certification. She has had the opportunity to work with a variety of children ranging in ages birth to twenty one for the past 16 years. “My overall goal is to work alongside of families helping them learn how to best support their child during the early years, which are crucial for developmental skills.”


Carlie M., attended Seton Hill University for Early Childhood Education and Special Education with interests geared towards supporting children with developmental delays. “While in college, and presently, I work as a Home Care Provider to children. From growing up with a family member having special needs and the opportunities I have been given through work and school, my heart has been open to working with children. As a Special Instructor in Early Intervention I want to make a difference early in a child’s life. My desire is to help each child and family achieve individual goals, and for that to be effective, it’s important for me to support and interact with families.”


Betty, SI, joined Bright Tomorrows after graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood and Special Education. In the course of working as a teacher, in various school districts, she realized she wanted a closer connection with the children’s families, because she believes that parents are the first and most important teacher of their children.


Jen D., SI , M.Ed, has been working with children since 2003. Prior to Early Intervention she worked with children diagnosed with Autism and behavioral disorders. She has worked closely with other therapists and prides herself on the ability to incorporate strategies from other disciplines into her play routine (gross and fine motor activities, speech development, sensory activities). Jen is very observant and she is able to connect with a child to help them learn, problem solve, become independent. “I love watching a child do something for the first time, seeing their accomplishment is priceless. People ask me what I do and my response is I get to play with little kiddos all day long and help them learn 🙂 I love what I do! To make a positive impact on a child’s life is priceless.”


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