Meg McManus, M.ADS., BCBA
Meg is a passionate and dedicated clinician who has worked in the field of ABA since 2018. She completed her undergraduate degree in Youth and Children Studies from Laurier University and a graduate certificate in Autism and Behavioural Science from Mohawk College. She is also a graduate of Brock University’s Masters of Applied Disability Studies with a specialization in ABA and is actively working towards her BCBA certification. Meg has experience working with adults and children with exceptionalities in a variety of settings including IBI centres, group homes and schools. Meg believes in using evidence-based practices to promote functional skills and independence. She aspires to make meaningful change by creating a respectful and enriching environment for those with exceptionalities.