Instructor: Melissa Knoll
Melissa Knoll was graduated with a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology and became a BCBA in 2007. She has experience working in the field of autism and other related disabilities, is most interested in working with clients with severe behavioral disorders and rare diagnoses and has been privileged to work with a few rare cases including Prader Willi and Phelan-McDermid syndromes. Melissa has researched stimulus-stimulus pairing procedure on a three-year-old autistic male and has also worked to develop a hand-held computer used to assist caregivers of patients with Alzheimer's disease in their daily living. She has worked as a behavior analyst, working with children with developmental disabilities for organizations such as Florida Tech Behavioral Services, Quest Kids, Inc., PRBAI and the Brevard County school system. Melissa loves working with and teaching students to help them become confident and knowledgeable behavior analysts.