Diana Rada has over ten years of experience working with -children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in ABA at the Central University of Venezuela in her country of origin. During her undergraduate years, she had the opportunity to perform the role of a leader teacher in a classroom with children with ASD at a center specialized on this population. The following years, she has worked as a behavioral therapist treating a variety of developmental disorders and behavior problems presented by infants, children, and adolescents, creating and implementing skill acquisition programs and behavior reduction programs, individually and in groups, and in a diversity of settings. She is a certified ITDS (Infant-Toddler Development Specialist) and worked with Early Steps in Broward County for four years providing guidance, and training in managing behavior modification techniques to teachers, paraprofessionals, parents, caregivers, and other therapists and family members. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree from Nova Southeastern University in Developmental Disabilities with concentrations in Early Childhood and ABA in order to become an Early Intervention Specialist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) by the end of 2017. Diana is passionate about this field and loves working with children. She believes that every child and the families deserve the best treatment and care, and is confident that ABA is a wonderful approach to provide great quality of service. Diana is fluent in English and Spanish.