Professionally Trained Staff

Our staff is the best! We work as a team to surround your child and your family with the services and the support you need.

We value consistency because we know that matters to children as well as parents. Your child will see the same team members throughout the program.

Every staff member is fully credentialed. Our team includes Board Certified Behavioral Analysts, Assistant Analysts, Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Technicians, and related staff including Occupational and Speech Therapists.


Our Founders

Co-founder Diane Donahue: M. Ed, BCBA, ITDS

Diane is a Florida native. Believing in life’s treasures, she is passionate about working with both children and their families to establish an environment for success in therapy, in the community, at school, and other settings. She is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), an Infant Toddler Developmental Specialist (ITDS) and specializes in training various ABA approaches including Discrete Trial (DTT) and Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECs). Diane also has experience as a Special Education coordinator and administrator and has worked with children effected by autism and other related disabilities for over 20 years.

Diane has also conducted workshops for both parents and professionals. She has consulted in classroom settings, training paraprofessionals in ABA and creating individualized behavior plans for students. In her free time, enjoys spending time camping with her family, attending sporting events with her children, working out, and traveling.


Co-founder Jessica C. Hall: B.A. BCaBA

Jessica was born and raised in Louisiana and graduated from Louisiana State University. She is a Board-Certified Assistant Analyst and is currently pursuing a Masters in Psychology specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis. Jessica has extensive training in various methodologies of ABA including Discrete Trial Teaching, Positive Behavior Support, Verbal Behavior, and Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECs).

Throughout her career, Jessica has supported children with autism in various settings, providing in-home and school support to students and consultation to parents and school personnel.

Jessica began her career as a volunteer at an ABA school for autism. While transitioning to a new company, Jessica met Diane Donahue. She has worked closely with Diane throughout the past 10 years. Working under Diane’s mentorship, Jessica assisted with insurance-based ABA services in schools and highly intensive early intervention cases.

Jessica is passionate about serving her community by uniting with families and schools, to provide quality services to children and families in surrounding areas. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family, attend sporting events with her children, and travel.