Amy Heath PhD, BCBA-D grew up on the plains of Colorado. From a young age she knew she wanted to work with children with special needs. Amy has always been passionate about ensuring that individuals with disabilities were given every opportunity to participate in things their peers are doing. She started her career as a teacher in an elementary classroom working with children with low incidence disabilities. As she taught, she discovered that the children most at risk for being isolated were those with severe behavioral needs. As she opened the first Autism Support Classroom at a middle school, she started work on her master's in Low Incidence Disabilities. It was in her master's coursework where she discovered the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and began her studies to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. This course of study led to a Doctorate in Special Education. After graduating she took over the Clinical Directorship of a clinic that was a joint effort with Texas A&M University. She was able to expand their program to open 2 more sites through a state funded grant program. In 2016 she moved back to Colorado to be with her family and continue to find ways to support underserved communities. She is excited about joining the Front Range Behavior Team in the great work they are doing to support families in Greeley and Loveland. Amy knows that this is the perfect place to continue her passion of ensuring individuals with special needs are given every opportunity to grow and gain the skills they need to help them join their peers in life's adventures.