Sarah Webster

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Sarah Webster is a passionate autism advocate and BCBA. Originally from Europe, she moved to the US after her Master’s Degree to complete her BCBA supervision. Sarah worked in Early Intensive Intervention in California, providing ABA services in the home, school, and community settings. After this, she moved to NYC and worked at a 1:1 ABA school for children and teenagers with autism. Sarah is passionate about educating others on what autism is and creating a more accepting and compassionate world for autistic people.

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Certification Level: Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Certification Number: 1-19-39073
Issued: September 2019
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    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental condition that is characterized by challenges with speech, non-verbal communication, and social interaction, as well as repetitive behavior and obsessive interests. ASD impacts every aspect of a person’s life, and people on the spectrum will require some level of ongoing support throughout their lifetime. Autism covers a wide…

  • Do Babies With Autism Smile? Yes, But Differently

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    Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental condition that is characterized by challenges with speech, non-verbal communication, and social interaction, as well as repetitive behavior and obsessive interests. With newer and more sensitive screening methods, autism is being diagnosed earlier, with the CDC stating that autism can be diagnosed at 18 months of age or…

  • Who Can Diagnose Autism? These 6 Types of Professional

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    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental condition that can impact all aspects of life. Receiving a reliable diagnosis of ASD is life-altering, not only for the person receiving the diagnosis but for those who have relationships with that person too. Having a diagnosis can help all parties understand and support each other better as…