Elizabeth, Case Manager for AIPT, studied in The University of Concepcion, Indiana University, and she graduated with honors in the year of 2000 from Oglethorpe University. She then worked for almost nine years at Early Intervention Program, Babies Can't Wait under Division of Public Health as the Intake and Service Coordinator. She has experienced multiple transitional meetings in the school systems when she was a Service Coordinator with Gwinnett County. In turn, Elizabeth understands the needs that many families have when they are sending their children to school. Recently, she completed with honors her Master Degree in Science in Applied Behavior Analysis in the year of 2020 at Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
WHAT SHE DOES
AIPT enjoys the privilege to help families with the IEP process. We are the bridge between the clinical setting and the school system when it comes to providing parents the information that they need before their children start school. Elizabeth works closely with families and helps them with referrals for their child to ease the transition to school. She is skilled in writing an IFSP (Individualized Family Service Plan), and since there are many laws related to the IEP process, AIPT may not have legal experts, but the company can refer patients and their families to speak with a professional involved with the school system for more information.