Autism Services Team Participates in Special Education Conference

November 18, 2014

Last weekend, members of our Autism Services team participated in the 37th Annual Association of Schools and Agencies for the Handicapped (ASAH) Conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey. More than 1,500 educators, caregivers, representatives of service organizations and family members of people with special education needs were in attendance at the conference. Epic team members Ryan Loesser, autism services operations manager, and Jenny Pourakis, regional director of autism services, manned an information booth at the event and shared information about our applied behavior analysis (ABA) and autism services with families and other attendees. “It was a terrific experience to serve…Read More

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Epic Tarrant County Teams Support Autism Speaks Event

October 23, 2014

Last Saturday, members from our Epic Fort Worth, Arlington and Haltom City teams participated in Walk Now for Autism Speaks, an event that raises funds for autism research and increases awareness about the prevalence of autism. The event was held at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. Epic team members Ryan Henson, Amy Peacock, Rosalyn Pryor, Scott Stafford, Ponna Ly, Juan Zavala, Ruby Robledo, Amy Newcomer and Robin Keller manned an information booth and shared information about our autism and applied behavior analysis (ABA) services with participants and families in attendance. “We enjoyed sharing information about our ABA…Read More

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San Antonio Team Participates in Autism Research Conference

July 30, 2014

Last week, team members from Epic’s San Antonio office and pediatric therapy clinic exhibited at the 2014 Texas Autism Research Conference, an event that provides information about autism research and shares studies supporting evidence-based practices in the diagnosis and treatment of people with autism. The two-day event was held at the University of Texas at Austin campus and attracted attendees from a variety of backgrounds including teachers, school administrators, speech-language pathology students, autism advocates, physicians, psychologists, early childhood intervention services employees and parents of children with autism. Epic team members Stacy Ostrander-Tetzlaff, board certified behavior analyst and autism services clinical…Read More

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