Ryan O’Donnell and Megan Miller visited Dubai and interview Nipa Bhuptani who is the CLM Regional Associate In UAE. She earned one of the first CLM Accredited Sites years ago in Abu Dhabi along with her CLM Team Members.
Nipa’s current organization (ABTI: Applied Behavior Training Institute) has a CLM Lab School License to implement the Competent Learner Model (CLM). I am very proud of her and her CLM Colleagues’ implementation of the model…
Great Interview Ryan O’Donnell and excellent video Megan Marie Miller🙂❤️
Published on Oct 24, 2018
Exciting news from the Monterey region
Liz will be recognized by SARC at their annual SERVICE ABOUT SELF ceremony on October 20th. Liz was nominated for her dedicated work with learners and will be receiving the Support Staff of the Year award.
Liz began employment at TUCCi in August of 1996. She is the longest employed employee with our organization. It is wonderful that the community is recognizing Liz’s professionalism and never-ending dedication to helping the families she works with. She is bilingual in Spanish and has worked in South County and Monterey regions. She is assisting the transition of learners from the Early Start program to Behavior Intervention Services for the Monterey region.
Congratulations to Belinda for successfully passing the BCBA exam.
Belinda a mother of five. Her eldest boy is 13 years old and started her down this path of learning ABA when he was two years old in 2007. Her other children are 10 years, 6 years, 5 years and 17 months old. She is a busy mother! Belinda changed her original career path from becoming a preschool teacher to wanting to become a BCBA in 2008.
She graduated from Cabrillo College with an AS in Early Childhood Education with specialization certificates in infants/toddlers & culturally diverse families in 2009. Next, she studied at CSUMB and graduated in 2012 with a BA in Psychology, and two minors in social work & human development. Lastly, she completed studies at Ball State University and graduated in 2015 with an MA in Applied Behavior Analysis with a concentration in Autism.
Fluency FlashCards is a “SMART” web-based App. Once purchased, you have FREE access to a tutorial developed by Dr. Kent Johnson. With this tutorial, you will learner, via a Teaching Machine, how to write SAFMEDS Cards (i.e., Fluency FlashCards). Plus, you can submit your developed decks to be published and earn some extra money. The App can be purchased by Users at the eLearning Store, Inc at www.elearningstoreinc.com
Instructors and Administrators of organizations can purchase the APP by emailing [email protected] to purchase the APP.
Access to some of these Apps will be made available on my eLearning Store, Inc. (www.elearningstoreinc.com) in the near future. Login and register to see what is currently available.
If any parents are interested in purchasing the Competent Learner Model (CLM) services anywhere in the world, we will be launching our World-Wide Coaching Network in the near future. We will be offering services via insurance and/or private funding with the intent of training parents and instructors to formulate, deliver, and monitor the effects of evidenced-based programming (i.e., Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Direct Instruction (DI), and Precision Teaching (PT). You can contact us at [email protected]. Please provide your location (e.g., Idaho or Qatar).
If you are a CLMer, I will be hiring CLM Certified Coaches, CLM BCBAs, BCaBA, and possibly RBT; CLM SLPs; and OTs part-time to provide these services. Contact us via email [email protected] if you are interested, please provide me a short bio.
If you interested in becoming a certified CLM Coach, go to this website: CLM Center of Excellence (www.clmcenterofexcellence.com). It is a division of TUCCi.
Education Week April 27, 2018l
Shared by Autism Speaks via Facebook – “We are planning something BIG for World Autism Month and need your help! If you have autism or support someone with autism, we want to hear your story!
In April your stories combined will help to increase understanding and acceptance! #LightItUpBlue”
Shared by San Andreas Regional Center via Facebook – “A new study is providing a glimpse into the daily lives of adults with autism as they hit their 30s and 40s, a time period that’s traditionally received little attention from researchers looking at the developmental disorder.”
Autism-Related Challenges Persist Well Into Adulthood, Study Shows
by Michelle R. Davis | March 5, 2018
Shared by the Special Kids Crusade and the San Andreas Regional Center Facebook pages.
Are you approved for Respite services through the San Andreas Regional Center but are not sure how to use it? Did you know that a friend or family member (non-parent, 18 yrs and older, eligible to work in the U.S.) can be approved to provide respite for your child/consumer? Learn more at this Respite Workshop on Saturday, January 27 at 1 pm at the San Andreas Regional Center’s Salinas office. This presentation will be presented in SPANISH ONLY. You MUST RSVP to attend. Call (831) 372-2730 and ask for Laura to reserve your spot.
TUCCi’s newest BCBA and BCaBA
Tucci Learning Solutions, Inc. is excited to announce that Amy Adams is the company’s newest BCaBA. Amy is a coordinator. Amber Mercer joins Amy as the company’s newest BCBA. Amber a the Regional Coordinator.
Both employees work in the Santa Clara region.
Way to go Amy and Amber!
Congratulations on achieving this career milestone. We are so happy and proud that you are part of TUCCi.
Tucci Learning Solutions, Inc.
Congratulations to Janine Bailey and Linda Dillashaw, at Rockingham Middle School in VA. These fine ladies have been implementing a Peer Mentoring Program. You are impacting the Montevideo community for the better according to Kristina Zaccaria. She has said that it is an AMAZING program.😍
Peer mentors work on Competent Learner Model (CLM) goals with students helping to demonstrate goals across environments and with people other than teachers.
All CLM Implementers around the world should read this article about Peer Mentoring that was developed by CLMers.
This conference took place this past Saturday, November 11th, and the objective was “to provide families the medical, legal, and educational information about the services and rights of their children with different abilities.”
This year, Tucci Learning Solutions had once again the opportunity to participate providing information about our program and services to the community. We also had a workshop session which was presented by Nancy Kelley and Cynthia Valencia, and we helped out with childcare. We were informed that the event was a total success so we want to take a minute and THANK our wonderful staff from the South County for all of your help.
Attached are pictures from this year’s conference in Soledad. ENJOY!!!!
The rest of the TUCCi team ran childcare for approximately 15-20 kids. They all had a great time!Nancy Kelley – I am grateful for our South County Staff who are the most collaborative, loyal, hardworking group who also love to laugh!
THANK YOU AGAIN FOR HELPING AND PARTICIPATING AT THIS YEARS SOUTH COUNTY CONFERENCE!!!