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Teach Me LLC of Dallas, Texas Adds a Special Care Advocate to their Team to Expand Autism Community Awareness and Accessibility to Care
Date:10/24/2013

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 24, 2013

As a Special Care Advocate, Mr. Ayers will connect with medical providers and other professionals in the community in an effort to bring awareness to Autism and increase accessibility to care including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is the only evidence based treatment available for Autism and can foster basic and complex skills, imperative life skills for those individuals with autism.

“Autism awareness is the most valuable tools we have for getting those with Autism the therapy they need, and by creating this position we aim to bring hope to families looking for help.” said Dr. Regina Crone, PhD, BCBA-D, Founder and Executive Director of Teach Me and Therapy and Beyond. “Mr. Ayers’ compassion for Autism, unique understanding of quality therapy and the family intake support processes makes him an invaluable team member.”

With an impressive career has spanned both fortune 500 companies to start-ups, Mr. Ayers also has extensive experience in the developmental therapy arena. As the new Special Care Advocate, he will have direct oversight of Teach Me LLC and Therapy and Beyond’s community outreach program, community relations and resource library.

Mr. Ayers will also support and represent Teach Me LLC and Therapy and Beyond in local, state and national organizations and agencies for disabilities and special needs. He will participate in resource fairs, fund raising activities, speaking engagements, conferences and other community events to bring awareness to Autism and accessibly to resources.

“I am confident that Mr. Ayers, who is passionate in the fight against autism will provide far-reaching benefits for current and future families, as well the Autism community as a whole.” said Regina Crone, PhD, BCBA-D.

Teach Me LLC and Therapy and Beyond’s team of professions are dedicated to remain on the forefront on the battle against Autism. They are thrilled to have Jim Ayers join with them on their mission to provide the highest quality of therapy to those with Autism.

Teach Me and their sister company Therapy and Beyond are located in Dallas, Houston, Tulsa and Denver. Their team of professionals provide high quality therapy including ABA, Speech and Counseling to address the needs of individuals with Autism and related disorders. To contact, please call 469.892.7500 or visit their website: http://www.myteachme.com, http://www.mytherapyandbeyond.com

Regina Crone, PhD, BCBA-D, Founder and Executive Director for Teach Me and Therapy and Beyond. She is a featured speaker for Autism Professional Resource Group, Professional Representative for TxABA DFW Area Autism SIG, Vice President of POAC-TX, and on the advisory committee for FEAT-NT. She is a full member of ABAI, TxABA, TxABA DFW Autism SIG and APBA.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11264868.htm.


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