Mandy Grass, BCBA
Ms. Grass received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from St. Lawrence University in New York and her Masters Degree in Special Education from Fairfield University. Ms. Grass began her career as a Special Education teacher at the Connecticut Center for Child Development (Milestones). Ms. Grass then taught Special Education at a self-contained classroom in the Old Saybrook Public Schools for 5 years. Ms. Grass received her Sixth Year Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Southern Connecticut State University in 2014 and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2015. Ms. Grass has worked with Connecticut Behavioral Health as a BCBA since November 2015 during which time she has worked as a supervisor for In-home behavioral services. Ms. Grass currently consults in several school districts, implements behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and social cognitive strategies to treat children and young adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or other behavioral and developmental disabilities.