Nick Adams is a Registered Behavior Technician with over two years of experience working in the field of Applied BehaviorAnalysis as both a line and lead therapist. Nick graduated from the University of South Carolina: Aiken with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2016 and is currently attending the University of South Carolina in pursuit of a Master’s Degree in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling with an expected graduation date in May 2019. Nick has worked in community support with the Jasper County Board of Disabilities and is now also gaining experience in his specialty with the Richland Two Family Intervention Services team and the family counseling department at Epworth Children’s Home in Columbia. Nick has always had a passion for helping people, especially within the context of the family system, and is glad to bring that to his work with the Autism Services of South Carolina. When he is not studying or working, you are most likely to find him in a hammock somewhere sunny with a book.
Ravin Taylor is from Aiken, SC. Over the past 9 years, she has worked at The Sunshine House as a teacher, assistant director, and currently the CMT. She has been working as a Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) for the past 2 years. She is currently majoring in Early Childhood Education at the University of South Carolina Aiken and expected to graduate in December 2019. After graduation, Ravin plans to continue her education and get a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. During her free time, she loves to work out and spends quality time with her niece. Ravin is so excited to be a part of the Autism Services of South Carolina and looking forward to creating relationships with families and coworkers!
Heather is a recent graduate of the University of South Carolina Aiken and aspires to eventually become a BCBA. Some of her research at USCA has included studies of human behavior and cognition. She first learned that she had a passion for developing the skills of children with behavioral challenges through her time in AmeriCorps, where she was an after-school teacher for at-risk students aged 6-16. When she isn't learning more about how to serve others with the help of behavior analysis, Heather enjoys spending time outdoors with family and friends.
*founded by Easterseals South Carolina.
Nichole Glover is a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA). She received her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from The University of South Carolina and her Master’s in Education with a specialty in Instruction and Curriculum from American Intercontinental University. She began working with children with autism in 2007. She graduated from college and got married and relocated to Fort Drum, NY. She worked with children and families in New York and it was there she decided she wanted to peruse her certification. She began her coursework through Florida Institute of Technology and is undergoing supervision to take the board certification test.
“I feel honored to be able to help families and children gain the necessary tools to have successful lives and meaningful relationships
Autism Services of South Carolina