Staff Spotlight: Amy Vandegriff

Staff Spotlight: Amy Vandegriff

Staff Spotlight: Amy Vandegriff

Meet ABA New Hire Training Lead Amy Vandegriff!
Amy has worked at PediaPlex for almost 1 year now in our ABA Therapy program. Amy’s favorite part about working here is getting to see the clients’ progress.

 

“I get so excited when my clients achieve a new goal or reach a new milestone! I love getting to have a one-on-one connection with my clients and seeing them grow every day”!

Amy describes PediaPlex as a “supportive, encouraging, collaborative” place to work.

Staff Spotlight: Amy Vandegriff

FUN FACTS:

What are three words that describe you?
Dedicated, nerdy, jokester 

How do you feel when a child you serve makes progress?
I get so excited when one of my clients makes progress! Not only does that mean they’re growing, but it means that we are growing with them!

In which city did you grow up?
I was born and raised in Saginaw, Texas.

If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be?
I am currently in the process of interviewing for occupational therapy graduate programs. My ultimate goal is to become an OT and work with kiddos just like the ones we serve!

Tell us a fun fact about yourself.
I have a twin sister!

Thank you so much Amy for all that you do! You are awesome!

The PediaPlex Family

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