Megan Breault, MS BCBA, LABA serves as RCS Learning Center’s Clinical Director. Megan joined RCS in 2010 as a Behavior Therapist/Floater and was promoted to the role of a Clinician in 2013. Megan became the Clinical Director of the Learning Center in 2015. She received her Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education and Sociology from Stonehill College and obtained her Master’s of Science in Behavior Analysis from Simmons College. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctorate in Behavior Analysis from Simmons University. Megan is also an adjunct faculty member for Simmons University's online program, teaching behavior analysis graduate courses and has served as a mentor to graduate students from Simmons since 2013 Megan’s areas of interest include errorless instruction and staff and parent training.
8 Toys That Will Help Your Child with Autism Build Skills
A child’s job is to play. The act of playing helps children develop physical coordination, emotional maturity, social skills, and the self-confidence to try new experiences and explore new environments. For children with autism, it is important to provide toys and activities that are designed to foster these skills. By learning critical play skills children