Madeline (Maddie) Simpson is a BCBA, with 8+ years of Applied Behavior Analysis experience. Maddie began working with children with unique learning needs as a teaching assistant in 2005, while completing her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Haverford College. During that time, Maddie participated in a domestic exchange program with Claremont McKenna College, working as an undergraduate assistant at the Claremont Autism Center. She quickly became consumed with the science and application of Behavior Analysis! Maddie earned her Master of Science degree in Human Services Management from McDaniel College, and has been enthusiastically working in the Behavior Analysis field since. Maddie’s clinical interests include family education, Organizational Behavior Management, and problem behavior reduction.
“To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children;…To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived: This is to have succeeded.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson
How do you feel about leading the expansion of ALP in North Carolina?
Leading the expansion of ALP in North Carolina is one of the most exciting opportunities I’ve had in my career as a BCBA. I am thrilled to be spearheading the growth of such a well-structured organization, with firm routes and resources in both the clinical, and business sides of Behavior Analysis. As I continue to get settled in as the Associate Clinical Director, the support I have received from upper management has been overwhelming! ALP is an organization that works exceedingly hard to prioritize both its clients and staff.
What are you looking forward to in servicing the North Carolina Community?
In North Carolina, ABA resources are still somewhat sparse, despite the exponentially growing population in need of therapeutic services. First and foremost, I am thrilled to be able to provide a wider variety of high-quality options to families seeking ABA services. I am looking forward to partnering with schools, other providers, and organizations in the community, to truly allow for a holistic, team approach in serving our families. While the Triangle area has some of the best Autism resources in the country, spreading education and awareness both of Autism and ABA will be an ongoing goal as long as I am serving as an advocate in this field!
What do enjoy the most in working the field that you are in?
Although I’ve had to harness my “inner professional”, I am still a big kid at heart. I love that this field allows me the flexibility to use my energy and creativity to help others—What a combination! The science of ABA is applicable to nearly every setting and aspect of life; I get to continue to learn and grow as an individual, using my “work” as a resource. Ultimately, experiencing the progress made by the individuals whom I work with is irreplaceable; the opportunity to work in this field is rewarding beyond measure.
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We accept most major insurance plans
We continue to work with insurance companies as they begin to cover ABA services. If you don’t see your insurance provider on our list, give us a call to see if we accept your specific plan.
Services are also available through private funding.
Autism Learning Partners
107 New Edition Ct.,
Cary, North Carolina, 27511