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Heather Dillion

Heather Dillon graduated from the University of Houston in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. Additionally, she obtained a teaching certificate specializing in Early Childhood education, and Elementary Education. She began her teaching career in Texas in the Fall of 1993, and participated in the implementation and management of an after-school Head Start program for students whose first language was Spanish.  When her children were born, she opened and directed a day care and preschool for several years.  When her son was diagnosed with Autism in 2002, she hired and trained technicians to use Lovaas ABA methods to assist in his skill development. She continued to teach first and second grades in Texas until she and her husband relocated to Utah in 2007. Heather had the privilege of serving in a Diagnostic Kindergarten class in 2008, and pursued her license to teach in Utah. She taught first grade at American Preparatory Academy, and in 2014 she went back to school to pursue a Masters in Exceptional Student Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis.  To assist in this endeavor, she began work as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT), until she received her board certification as an Assistant Behavior Analyst in February 2016. Since then, she has matriculated from the University of West Florida with her Master’s degree, passed the board exam and licensing requirements to practice as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in Utah.

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