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Victoria has worked in the human services field for over 10 years. She joined OBSS in April 2023. She began her career as a Direct Support Professional, working with adults with various developmental and intellectual disabilities. Serving others in the human services field inspired her to pursue her bachelor’s degree in human services. Victoria also has a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis from Ball State University. She has worked in various settings such as a clinic and home-based ABA center, school settings, residential treatment facilities, and group homes. Victoria has experience working with children as young as 18 months through 75 years of age. Victoria’s primary focuses are Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, ADHD, anxiety, and Emotional Disability. In her free time, Victoria enjoys spending time with her family, her dog, traveling, being outside, thrift shopping, reading books, attempting to be artistic (but her skills need some work). A fun fact about Victoria is that she is a volunteer with Autism on the Seas! She is located in the Tippecanoe County area and is currently accepting referrals for Tippecanoe, White, Clinton, Warren, Benton, Montgomery, and Fountain counties.

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