Nicole Slay, MS BCBA
Nicole Slay is Board Certified Behavior Analyst having received her Master's degree in Psychology with emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida State University. Upon graduating she taught over three years with the University of Florida, instructing classes on behavioral parenting to foster, adpotive and biological parents of children with developmental disabilities. She has been teaching children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in homes, schools, and clinics since 2003. During this time she has independently contracted with Florida Medicaid-Medwaiver services, Mississippi schools, and acted as Director or Behavioral Services for Spectrum Center for Autism. She has worked one-on-one with multiple children who were nonverbal, helping them sign or say their first words. Her passion has been to pass her knowledge on to parents and see them work with their child to apply ABA. She views it as a priceless gift to see what parents and children are able to accomplish.
Kimberly Leeds Stotler specializes in Special Education Consultation and Collaboration, specifically autism, having obtained her Master's degree from Arizona State University. She has worked as a trained ABA therapist for over seven years. While in high school she worked with children facing various disabilities, which first led her into being interested in this field. She has worked with children in one-on-one and social skills groups, with varying severities of ASD. She feels there is no greater accomplishment than seeing the significant effects of ABA on a child and how it impacts their family.