Avery Kopp is an exceptional Clinical Supervisor and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) known for her deep involvement with children and her commitment to providing compassionate care. Avery’s journey began as a personal care attendant, her first job right after high school where Avery quickly realized her passion for helping others, especially kids.
Avery has a special ability to be on the same page as the children she works with, understanding their needs and providing the support they require. She deeply values building strong connections with the kids and is dedicated to making a positive impact in their lives.
In addition to her work, Avery is interested in community outreach. She believes in the importance of reaching out to different communities and making a difference beyond her professional role. Avery’s passion for learning extends to following creators who are on the autism spectrum and engage in discussions about what is considered “normal” and embracing different ways of thinking
Outside of her professional and community work, Avery enjoys historical sewing. She finds joy in exploring the art of sewing and creating garments inspired by different time periods.
Avery’s dedication, empathy, and genuine care for the well-being of children make her an invaluable asset in the field of behavior analysis. With her unwavering commitment to making a positive impact, Avery continues to inspire and support those around her.