2460 India Hook Road
Suite 104 & 105
Rock Hill SC 29732
Kim Stroble, M.A., BCBAView Bio
Kim Stroble, M.A., BCBA
As a senior therapist Ms. Stroble provides program coordination services, monitorship, assessments, supervision, and training for home based ABA programs.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of South Carolina in 2011. Ms. Stroble began working for EAP, Inc. shortly after graduating with her bachelor’s degree as a line and lead therapist. Ms. Stroble then began pursuing a Master’s degree in Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from Arizona State University.
Ms. Stroble graduated from ASU in 2014 and completed her mentorship under the supervision of Sarah Pope, M.S., BCBA, to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She resides in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Angela Cataldo, BCaBAView Bio
Angela Cataldo, BCaBA
As a senior therapist, Ms. Cataldo provides program coordination services, assessments, supervision, and training for home- and clinic-based ABA programs.
She began her career in ABA as a line therapist in 2012 providing one-on-one ABA services.
Ms. Cataldo completed her coursework to become a board certified assistant behavior analyst. in 2014 through the Florida Institute of Technology under Jose Martinez-Diaz, BCBA-D and her clinical mentorship under Sarah Pope, M.S., BCBA.
Hannah Turney, BCaBAView Bio
Hannah Turney, BCaBA
As a Senior Therapist, Ms. Turney provides program coordination services, monitorship, assessments, supervision and training for home based ABA programs.
She began her career in ABA in 2010 by providing line therapy services. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Science with a specialization in Early Intervention from Winthop University, she began working as a lead therapist with the Early Autism Project.
Ms. Turney completed her coursework to become a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst in 2013 through the Florida Institute of Technology under Jose Martinez-Diaz, BCBA-D and her clinical mentorship under Sarah Pope, M.S., BCBA. Ms. Turney resides in McConnells, S.C.
Kimberly Stroble, M.Ed., BCBA
Rock Hill Clinic Director
Sarah Pope, MS, BCBAView Bio
Vice President of Clinical Operations
Sarah Pope, MS, BCBA
Sarah Pope has worked with children with autism for over twelve years. In her current position as Vice President of Clinical Operations, Mrs. Pope assists with the oversight and monitorship of all clinical services, as well as the development of new programs and practices for the autism division. In addition, Mrs. Pope manages EAP’s mentorship program and provides trainings, supervision and learning opportunities for staff members.
Her responsibilities also include dissemination of policies and procedures and quality assurance. Mrs. Pope is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst; she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry from Wake Forest University. She received her Master of Science degree through the psychology department at Auburn University with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis of Developmental Disabilities.
Mrs. Pope began working with children with autism in 2004 where she served as both a line and lead therapist in ABA programs for children. While completing her advanced degrees, she also worked as a coordinator for children with autism in an EIBI preschool, a case manager for adolescents with autism in a residential facility and a consultant to the Opelika City School System where she developed behavior plans for children with developmental disabilities and problematic behaviors. Mrs. Pope taught several sessions of “The Tools of Choice,” a parenting curriculum based on Applied Behavior Analysis, to foster parents in Lee County.
Mrs. Pope is a member of several professional organizations. Mrs. Pope completed the necessary clinical coursework and mentorship under Dr. James M. Johnston, Ph.D., BCBA-D at Auburn University to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Mrs. Pope lives in Charlotte, North
Spencer Ramsey, M.Ed., BCBAView Bio
Upper Midlands Regional Coordinator, Rock Hill Clinic Director
Spencer Ramsey, M.Ed., BCBA
As the Regional Coordinator for the Upper Midlands, Ms. Ramsey provides program development, training, and supervision services for families in South Carolina. She also provides supervision, training and support for other clinical staff and oversees the daily operations of the Rock Hill clinic.
Ms. Ramsey earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and completed her Masters of Education in Special Education with an inclusion specialist certificate at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Ms. Ramsey completed her required clinical coursework under Dr. Jose Martinez-Diaz, BCBA-D and her mentorship under Jennifer Godwin, BCBA, to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Ms. Ramsey began her career in Applied Behavior Analysis 16 years ago as a line therapist for her son who had been diagnosed with autism. Ms. Ramsey then completed the necessary clinical coursework and mentorship under Dr. Vincent J. Carbone, BCBA-D, to become a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst.
Upon becoming a BCaBA, Ms. Ramsey worked as an associate of Dr. Vince Carbone, BCBA-D, for four years after which she established a successful private practice serving children with autism and other developmental disabilities across the United States. Ms. Ramsey joined the Early Autism Project, Inc. in 2008 to dedicate herself solely to working hands on with children. Ms. Ramsey resides in Charlotte, North Carolina.
To all our Parents, As Irma approaches, we’re thinking of you and your families and we’re here to support you, whether through a community initiative and volunteer work or arranging clinic and therapist support to help you get things done. As the potential for more severe weather events increases during the fall and the arrival View More
By: Jamie Delaney, BCBA, Early Autism Project, Florida Regional Director The holidays are full of family functions, decorations, fun traditions, food and shopping and it’s no surprise juggling everything can often cause a little stress on parents. While parents work hard to keep it all together through the month of December, it’s important to realize View More
By: Lauren Freeney, BCBA, EAP Tampa Clinic Director Fun costumes, trick-or-treating and bags and bags of candy are a few of the many reasons children look forward to Halloween. It’s an exciting day when you are a kid but some of the best parts of the holiday can be behavioral triggers if you are on View More
By: Sarah Pope, MS, BCBA, Assistant Vice President of Staff Development A trip to the hair salon for adults typically includes a relaxing hair wash, an opportunity to catch up on the latest magazines and the wonderful feeling of a fresh, new haircut. However, it is not uncommon for children to be afraid of a View More
By: Jennifer Godwin, M.Ed., BCBA, VP of Program and Clinical Services Preparing children for the start of school can be stressful and this time of year can present additional concerns and fears for children with autism. The good news is a little preparation can help your child address any issues in advance of the View More
An autism spectrum disorder diagnosis affects one in 68 children, equaling millions of children a year. And, a large majority of those diagnosed have brothers and sisters who struggle to not only understand the diagnosis but also how to properly support their sibling with special needs. It is not uncommon for typically developing siblings to View More
Casey Gregory is a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBa) and Board Certified Music Therapist who started working at Early Autism Project (EAP) in 2009. As a senior therapist with EAP, Casey trains lead therapists in upstate South Carolina and provides program coordination services, assessments, supervision and training for home-based, clinic-based and school district ABA View More
By: Kelly Taylor, BCaBA, Director of Charleston Clinic School is out and summer is here! This is an exciting time for children but can be a stressful few months for parents who have to create new ways to fill the long days. This time off from school and daily routines can be especially challenging for View More
Let’s Get Physical! By: Casey Gregory, M.A., MT-BC, BCaBA Senior Therapist and Upstate Lead Therapist Trainer Childhood obesity continues to be a rising healthcare concern in our country. According to a research study published in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry, nearly a third of children ages 2-19 are overweight or obese. The Center for Disease View More
Natalie Mason started noticing signs of her son, Demonie Mason, 5, regressing at age 2. Until 2 years old, he was hitting all of his milestones and was ahead in some areas, she said. But then his condition started to change. “At 2 years old, he started to lose all of the things he had View More
Seven Steps To Ensure a Successful Visit By Jennifer Godwin, M.Ed., BCBA, Vice President of Operations, Early Autism Project Routine appointments may seem simple to some parents, but if you have a child with autism, a trip to the dentist can be stressful for both the child and family. By properly preparing for the visit, View More
Overcoming Sleep Problems By Mimi Spruill, BCBA, M.Ed. Early Autism Project Many children (and adults) struggle to get a good night’s sleep. Greg Hanley, BCBA-D, considers poor sleep a skill deficit. Looking at the problem this way helps us see it as more of a behavioral issue. Dr. Hanley suggests that the path to better View More
By Sarah Pope, M.S., BCBA Have you ever been in an unusual situation and experienced a breakdown in your child’s behavior due to what you suspect may be because the activity was new and unfamiliar? Before going into difficult situations or new environments, take time to talk to your child about how you expect him/her View More
By Mimi Spruill, BCBA Director of Academics Long ago when I was a classroom teacher, I learned the wisdom of keeping a visual timer in my classroom. As a behavior analyst, I continue to recommend that parents use this device as an integral part of their child’s behavior plan. A visual timer can play an View More
By: Lauren Freeney & Jacqui Abrams Halloween can be fun. Children and adults have the opportunity to dress up as their favorite people or characters, and there are lots of cool activities to do with your friends and family. Halloween can sometimes be challenging for children with autism. Here are a few tips for parents View More
To our EAP Families and Staff, As the sun rises, we assess the damage across the state and we begin our recovery together. I am saddened at the loss our communities have endured but hopeful for our future. I want all our families and staff to know they are not alone during this time. People View More
Educational Services of America looks to early intervention to address the nation’s fastest-growing developmental disorder – autism. According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 68 children falls somewhere on the autism spectrum. The fastest-growing developmental disorder in the United States, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is almost five times more View More
Hello. My name is Liz and my son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at age 12 – more specifically, he has Asperger’s Syndrome. My son’s name is Chris and he will turn 15 in August 2015. By the time my son was four, he was routinely beating up on his teachers – biting, kicking, View More
The Early Autism Project (EAP), a sponsor for our 2014 Lowcountry Autism Forum, has branches in South Carolina and Georgia, with a local Charleston clinic too. The organization offers behavioral treatment and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for individuals with autism aged 20 months – 21 years. This week, LAC talked to Ann Eldridge, EAP’s View More
Clinic provides children with autism spectrum and related disorders with effective, evidence-based treatment For Immediate Release Rock Hill, S.C. (April 28, 2014)–Early Autism Project, Inc., (EAP), today announced it will open a clinic in Rock Hill to provide local families the highest quality of intensive, research-based behavioral treatment for children and young adults ages 20 View More
Sibshops are a safe and fun place where brothers and sisters of children with autism can meet and get to know one another. They allow siblings to share both the joys and challenges of having a brother or sister with autism through discussion and play. Siblings range from ages 4 to 10, and can expect View More