“Making a Difference” with Amanda Kelly from Firefly Autism

Each week on “Making a Difference,” our host, Wayne Veldsman, interviews people making a difference in their community. Today, Wayne had the pleasure of talking with Amanda Kelly from Firefly Autism.

Firefly Autism is a Colorado non-profit, changing the landscape of behavioral and mental health. Working with individuals from 18 months to over 70-years of age. With collaboration from families and other providers, they deliver services through individualized behavioral plans and instructional goals that meet the client’s interests, values, and support needs. At Firefly Autism, they believe in using the principles of assent-based and values-based practices to ensure a person-centered approach to Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy.

To learn more, check out www.fireflyautism.org.

How did you get started in your field or work? Background in psychology and a lot of happenstance

What are your biggest goals in the next 6 to 12 Months for your business? Expand our vocational training program, increase our diagnostic services, launch an early intervention inclusion program.