Registered Behavior Technician, Maple Classroom
Racheal grew up on the Hood Canal in the Puget Sound region of Washington and earned her bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders at Western Washington University.
Racheal has worked in both the public school and private practice settings as a speech-language pathologist assistant and has supported children in a variety of programs including: early intervention, developmental preschool, and life-skills. She has experience working with children affected by Autism as well as speech and language disorders. Racheal enjoys establishing a strong rapport with children and partnering with families and teachers. She is dedicated to making a difference in children's lives and is excited to gain more knowledge regarding ABA strategies.
In her free time, Racheal enjoys reading books, spending time with family, and hiking with her husband and black lab.