can i buy viagra over the counter in dubai Guided Transitions for Supported Individuals, LLC strives to provide top quality services for special needs students that will enable them to be successful in managing their behaviors while growing their independence and individuality.
Non-Chartered, Non-Tax Supported High School based on Education-Vocational-Life and Community for students 14-22 years old. Students will spend half day in academics, half day in the community for vocational training. Specializing in Behavior and Autism. Brandon Farr
Guided Transitions for Supported Individuals, LLC was founded in Akron, OH by Owner, Brandon Farr. He has been involved in the special needs and special education community for over 10 years. He continues to encourage families and clients to strive for individuality regardless of their behaviors or other barriers. Helping families find resources, helping clients learn new skills, and ultimately advocating for special needs is why Brandon does what he does! Shawn Brown
Assistant to the Director
Mr. Shawn has been married for 3 years and has a chocolate lab and miniature dachshund. He found his passion for working with individuals with disabilities while volunteering in high school. He graduated from Kent State University with his bachelor's degree in Moderate to Intensive Educational Needs and then continued on to get his Masters in Special Education from Vanderbilt University where he also completed course work and experience requirements in behavior analysis. He became a BCBA in 2018 and has extensive experience working with students with severe and challenging behavior. When he isn't working he likes to compete in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, loves to fish and take his dogs to the park. Brandie Hazelett
" Miss Brandie"
Miss Brandie is beginning her 4th year of teaching with us this school year as an Intervention Specialist. She has spent majority of her teaching with students with severe behavior and cognitive needs. She obtained her Bachelors degree in Intervention Specialist from The University of Akron and her Masters degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis from The University of Cincinnati. In her free time, Miss. Brandie enjoys spending time with her friends and family, cooking, couponing, playing board games, and traveling! Sean Boyd
Mr. Boyd has been married for 22 years to his wife, Wendy. Two sons, Ben and Luke, one of which has Autism. Mr. Boyd comes from a Customer Service and Marketing background with his BA and MBA in Business, Communication, and Marketing areas. He changed career paths to working with special needs as an Educational Assistant for 4 years and a Teacher for students with Autism for 2 years. He has his Intervention Specialist licensure and will finish his M.Ed. MMIS degree with Reading Endorsement from Notre Dame College very soon. In his free time, Mr. Boyd enjoys gardening, boating, and spending time with his family which includes 3 rescue dogs. His passion for helping students achieve their goals is why Mr. Boyd loves this field.Tiffany Skillern
Program & Community
Tiffany graduated from Kent State University in 2006 with a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She is certified by the Ohio Board of Speech Language Pathology and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Tiffany draws from both professional and personal experiences to guide her practices. She has a son who struggles with sensory challenges, which fuels her commitment to ensure that families concerns are heard and are addressed as a family unit, not just focused on the individual.
She has 12 years experence providing assessments and intervention in a variety of settings including hospitals/acute care, skilled nursing facilities, preschools, public school, and private companies whose focus is individuals with special needs. She also has 6 years experience supervising graduate students in the Speech Pathology program and Speech Therapists in their clinical fellowship year of training.
Her expertise includes Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Integration, Articulation Disorders, functional skill development and Routine Based Integration. She believes early detection/intervention and Routine-Based Integration are vital for empowering families, maximizing the rate of skill development, and maintaining the level of gains achieved.
Tiffany is a mother of 4 children who enjoys learning, spending time with her husband and children,and engaging in new experiences.