Spectrum of Hope was founded by a mother who felt lost after her son was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. After learning about autism, Casey did everything she could to help her son and fell in love with ABA therapy. She strives to continue to learn, to grow, and to help others in the community to access effective, evidence-based treatment. She has been in the field of ABA since 2010. She graduated from Kaplan University in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, graduated from Kaplan University in 2014 with a master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2015. Together, Casey and her team work hard to help people in the community and feel blessed to work with Spectrum families.
Casey Ayer is the clinical director and owner of Spectrum of Hope. She is a board certified behavior analyst and has been working in the field since 2010. She continues to help those in the local community through advocacy, education, and direct ABA services. Her mission is to provide the very best ABA treatment in Southeast Georgia and t
Casey Ayer is the clinical director and owner of Spectrum of Hope. She is a board certified behavior analyst and has been working in the field since 2010. She continues to help those in the local community through advocacy, education, and direct ABA services. Her mission is to provide the very best ABA treatment in Southeast Georgia and to partner with others to continue to promote awareness and acceptance of autism.
Samantha Moorhouse is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Assistant Clinical Director at Spectrum of Hope. She has been in the field since 2018. Prior to joining the field, Samantha taught special education for two years in Nashville, TN. As a BCBA, her mission is to provide the highest quality ABA services to children and families in the community.
Erika lives in the Savannah area and is a trained healthcare professional with over 20 years of experience working in family homes, group homes, and facilities. She is dedicated to the success of the children that she serves. Her favorite part of being an RBT is the gratification of helping others and making a difference in their lives.
Donna was born in the UK, but the military has moved her all over. Donna has worked with children with special needs for over 3 years. She holds a master's degree in education and is pursuing her fieldwork hours to become a BCBA. Donna loves seeing her clients meet their treatment goals and being a part of their success is what it's all about for Donna.
Zana Melvin was born and raised in GA for parts of her childhood but she has moved all over. The military brought her back to GA. She graduated with a degree in criminology with a minor in psychology. Her passion is the youth which led her to Spectrum of Hope as an RBT who is still learning. She is working hard to become a BCBA.
Robin has several years of experience working in the field of ABA. She holds several different certifications and works as a Lead Supervisor at Spectrum of Hope. She enjoys watching the kids make progress as they move through treatment. She also loves teaching other professionals as they enter the field.
Jennifer has several years of experience working with children and is excited to use her learning history along with her new skills to teach her clients and help the families that she works with.
Morgan is from North Dakota and is our office admin. She handles all of the phone calls, scheduling, and so much more. She keeps the clinic going.
Alyssa is an assistant and supports our team by keeping everything organized and managing paperwork.
Caleb is looking forward to pursuing a degree in education from Georgia Southern University. He has a passion for teaching and enjoys watching kids learn and grow.
Amanda Ray, born and raised in central Texas, has had a drive to do therapy work with individuals on the spectrum since her youth. She graduated from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and since then has gained a year of experience in the field. She fully believes that communication and cr
Amanda Ray, born and raised in central Texas, has had a drive to do therapy work with individuals on the spectrum since her youth. She graduated from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with a Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Psychology and since then has gained a year of experience in the field. She fully believes that communication and creating connections with the clients is key to their success and learning potential.
Abbygaile has a history of working with young children. She also holds a bachelor's degree in biology with a minor in psychology. She enjoys working with children and is looking forward to expanding her skill set and knowledge in the field of ABA.
Rashida graduated from Georgia Southern in May of 2018 with a Bachelors degree in Child and Family Development. She began working as a teacher until May of 2021. She then began pursuing a career in the field of ABA and absolutely loves her job.
Kaylee is an animal lover. When she's not spending time with her dog she enjoys teaching children and helping them reach their goals.
Josie is originally from Michigan but the military has moved her family all over the USA. She initially became an RBT in 2015, but took a break to stay home with her child and finish her BA in Psychology. She's excited to be getting back into the field and working on continuing her education to advance in the field.
Autumn loves to teach and loves animals. She is continuing her education in hopes to further her career in the ABA field.
Gabby graduated from Georgia Southern with a degree in Psychology. She loves her family and her 2 chickens. Their names are Susan and Karen. She hopes to add a pug to her family in the near future. She would also love to pursue a career in the field of ABA as a BCBA because she loves working with children and enjoys their carefree and spontaneous nature.
Alexis Litton is a military spouse who is originally from Indiana. She is currently pursing her psychology degree, in hopes to become a BCBA one day. She became an RBT in 2019 while living in Hawaii. She enjoys working with children and observing the progress they have made with the skills she has given them.
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