Rusty has over 30 years of business leadership experience. As a father of 5 children, he's bringing his family and business experience together to serve families where it's needed most.
Kathy is Reach's admin/insurance champion. She advocates for families to get the services they need and get answers to any and all questions they might have.
BCBA - Clinical Supervisor
Kelsey is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who loves seeing families thrive. Utilizing over a decade of ABA experience, she specializes in high intensity behaviors from pre-school, to young adults.
A Family of Caring
Our owners, Rusty Brown, Kathy Brown, and Kelsey Brown, are part of a family unit that has been touched by autism. Of the three, Kelsey, is our lead analyst (BCBA) who has worked and advocated for clients and their families affected by autism and other behavioral limitations.
With a driving force to help children reach beyond their limitations, our efforts created a business model that ensures qualitative and customized care. To find out more about how we can help your child reach beyond his or her limitations, click here.
We believe that early intervention is key to helping children reach their full potential and that every child is unique. Plans are individualized to each child with the goal to improve behavior of social significance as they reach towards independence.
Centered around Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), ABA is a scientific, evidence-based treatment program for children who have been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities.
ABA therapy is provided under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) who direct Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) to work closely with clients and their families as they apply the principles of ABA.
While ABA has its base on a scientific approach, it is our mission to provide therapy with compassion, dignity and a high standard of ethics.
Our services are currently provided in homes, schools, and many social environments within the following communities: