Vivienne Morris

December 13, 2021
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Vivienne realised that Behaviour Analysis was her calling when she first started working with children with Autism in 1992. This came about when she was asked to join an organisation teaching Applied Behaviour Analysis and Discrete Trial Training to young children with Autism from the data-based research project in support of Early Intervention. It was from this point on, Vivienne made it her mission to dedicate her professional life towards the betterment of children with Autism and their families.

Not only does Vivienne enjoy working directly with children and youth with Autism, she is also very passionate about empowering others with the most effective tools to teach individuals. She has trained hundreds of staff, clinicians and parents on how to implement strategies that are based on ABA to improve the quality of life for their student or child.

Vivienne and her team also consult with, and coach parents and schools on how to effectively implement strategies that are based on ABA. They present workshops on a variety of topics related to teaching or working with individuals with Autism.

Vivienne’s goal is to help improve the quality of life for children and young people with Autism and their family by making ABA accessible to all.

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