August 6 – 9, 2018
The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center
State College, Pennsylvania

Aimee Miller

Aimee Miller, M.Ed., BCBA is an educational consultant with Pennsylvania’s Autism Initiative. She earned her master's degree in education from Cabrini College and her undergraduate degree in special education from Bridgewater College of Virginia. She completed her course work to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Florida Institute of Technology. Aimee, a BCBA, became an educational consultant with PaTTAN in 2013. While working at PaTTAN, she has had the opportunity to provide direct consultation and training based on current research and practice in the field of applied behavior analysis to teachers and staff working in Autism Support classrooms throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Prior to beginning her work with PaTTAN, Aimee taught special education in Maryland and Pennsylvania for 13 years. For the last six years of her teaching career, she taught in a K–2 classroom that was part of the Pennsylvania Autism Initiative. It was during these years, while receiving consultation and technical training from PaTTAN consultants in her own classroom that Aimee realized how much of an impact ABA could have on teachers’ practices and therefore on student outcomes. As teachers, the students that we serve are our most valuable assets and they deserve every opportunity to learn that we are able to provide to them. Helping teachers and classroom teams realize the impact their instruction has on students, families, and communities is one of the most valuable aspects of Aimee’s career.

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