Little Ones, Lots of Care
“To everyone at Proud Moments who is working so hard - thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”
“I am so impressed- my son has accomplished so much and we are so proud!”
The Baltimore Team:
Staffing and Event Coordinator
Behavior Technicians: 70
“My son loves the ABA sessions and is building a great bond with his Tech!”
Commerce Center East
1777 Reisterstown Road #236
Pikesville, MD 21208
With a new, state of the art office located in the heart of the commerce center, we’re proud to provide streamlined, efficient care to our children, while staying true to our full hearted maxim: “Be happy and stay happy!” Our cheerful center is an inviting place for our dedicated team to collaborate and design the best plan of support for your child. Focusing on the quality of our care, we provide our staff with anything they need, from resources and workshops to tools and toys, so that your child receives advanced, growth- oriented services from a highly invested team. Each day is a new adventure, and we love utilizing our talents and skills to help your child blossom and grow.
I received my Masters of Special Education from the Florida Institute of Technology. I managed an early intervention agency in Queens, NY, before starting the Queens, NY Proud Moments branch. When I relocated to Baltimore in 2016, I launched the Baltimore branch, and am thrilled to be a part of its expansion to Rockville and beyond. I’m proud to serve as Proud Moments’ longest serving clinical director!
How I Lead:
My Passion: I love mixing my administrative abilities with clinical expertise.
My Favorite Clients: The little ones!
My Favorite Employees: I love my staff- they are gems. Each one brings in their very own specialized expertise, whether it’s feeding or play skills. They are constantly helping us broaden our expertise!
My Motivate: Feedback! It gives me energy to keep going when I hear how much I am helping my team and my families.
A Peek Inside
My son was 18 months old when he was first diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. A child psychologist came to our house and within 10 minutes of observing him told me he has ASD. I was crushed and had no idea what I was supposed to do. I called a close friend and was scared to even tell my own family. What is autism? Why my son? Why us?
At that moment, I took matters into my own hands and researched autism. The next year, I began taking him to many doctors. It was terrifying to admit that my son was autistic, but I am so thankful I did because I was able to get him services right away.
Today, at age 7, he’s progressed so much and watching him accomplishing tasks makes my heart full. When he began applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy, in nine months he has accomplished things I never thought he’d be able to. We’re so proud.