We selected the name Changing Stories because instead of changing a child, we seek to change their outcome or their story. So many parents have come to me with their “story” about how autism has impacted the life of their child. Our goal is to make sure each child or adult is successful and has the life they desire. We want to provide each adult or child and family the tools they need to overcome the challenges that autism may present and embrace all the characteristics that make their child special and unique.
We promise to walk with your family through both hardships and triumphs in the life of your child. We ensure individualized care that considers your family structure, culture, and other unique needs. We promise to help you find the best fit in ABA therapy and other services for your family and stage of life. You will be actively involved in treatment and consultation and we will abide by the ethical guidelines set by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
My name is Elizabeth Hewatt. I received my undergraduate degree in elementary education from Midwestern State University in 1997. In an effort to understand and help my own children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, I went to graduate school and earned my Master of Arts in Special Education with emphases in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University in 2014. I have been working as a BCBA since 2014. I managed my own clinic in Kansas (2014-2019) and have worked for several clinics within the Houston area (2019-2022). I am a licensed teacher in the state of Texas, a
QBS Safety-Care Behavioral Safety Trainer and Family Trainer, and an ACE provider. I have worked with autistic individuals from ages 18 months to 22-years old. My goal is to provide ethical services to families in order to make a socially significant and functional change in the person’s life through the use of ABA therapy, principles of behavior, and/or parent consultation.
My name is Hillary Bolton. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Applied Behavior Analysis from Purdue University Global and just finished my Master of Science in the same specialty. I have experience directly delivering ABA-based behavior intervention plans to young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as incorporating behavior change plans into the Kindergarten curriculum. I became certified as a BCaBA, or assistant behavior analyst, in 2022 and became a BCBA in November 2023. My focus and special interests are in feeding therapy and desensitization.
Changing Lives, Changing Stories
Copyright © 2024 Changing Stories Autism Services and Consultation, PLLC - All Rights Reserved.