Robin has over 15 years of teaching experience working with children ranging from early childhood Pre-K assessments and teaching programs in the public schools to working with adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities, including those with autism spectrum disorders. Robin began her career in Applied Behavior Analysis at a residential group home for persons with developmental disabilities and severe problem behavior. She has also worked as a Behavior Analyst with a variety of agencies throughout the state facilitating both the treatment of children and adults, and is currently co-owner of a local Mental Health and ABA agency. Robin also has experience teaching adults in the Child Development Associate program at Orlando Technical School. Robin’s specialties include: Development and Implementation of training for educators, Functional Behavioral Assessments, Behavior Support Plans, and parent training in interventions and treatment based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Her areas of focus at FDLRS include: classroom/behavior management, sensory-integration instructional strategies, instructional strategies for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and significant cognitive disabilities, and executive functioning training.