Jayne Dodson, M.Ed., BCBA
Works with: Children and Adolescents
Specializes in: Behavior Issues, Autism, Autism Diagnosis Observation Schedule (ADOS), Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Advocacy, Functional Behavior Assessments, and Behavior Intervention Plans.
Jayne Dodson is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Wayne State College in 1990. She went on to obtain a Master in Education and a Master in Special Education from Old Dominion University. Jayne completed Penn State’s Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis and became board certified in 2010.
Jayne has worked with school-aged children in the traditional school and in-home setting for many years. She has a wide variety of experiences with learning disabilities, gifted and talented, developmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorders, fine-motor delays, and traumatic brain injury. Jayne has a passion for helping children and adolescents reach their full potential, and as a result, she consults with schools and parents on how to provide appropriate learning environments that meet students’ needs. Jayne also presents in-services at local schools for parents and staff who work with young children on a variety of topics such as Autism, Stress and Anxiety, and Applied Behavior Analysis.
In her free time, she likes to travel, shop and read. She also enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters, and Chocolate and Marty, her rabbits.
Degree: M.Ed, Old Dominion University