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Nora Coyle, MA 

Nora has the heart to see children, teens, and families grow and thrive to become the best version they can be. She has been working with children of all ages and various disabilities since 2005.  She was as an Early Childhood Special Education teacher in Colorado Springs, Colorado for 4 years and an ABA therapist at the Center for Children with autism during the summers.

In November 2007, she received the Teacher's First Award for Southern Colorado. In 2009, Nora became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and began working with Autistic children and their families in their homes, community, and schools in Dayton, Ohio.  

Nora founded Achieve Together Behavior Services, LLC in 2009 to provide more children and families with the opportunity to grow and have a balanced and happy life. She has worked with children from 2 to 19 years old on the autism spectrum.  Nora received her Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (K-6 teaching) at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, her Master's Degree at the University of Colorado at Denver in Early Childhood Special Education, and her Applied Behavior Analysis Certification through Pennsylvania State University's Distance Learning Program. Nora specializes in teens who need help building conversation, social and transitional life skills. She also works with preschool and elementary aged children and specializes in language and social skills development.

Jessica carries a Bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Education with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis. She has worked in the field of ABA for 10 years and has welcomed all the different perspectives of the Autism spectrum she has met.

Jessica brings a high level of skill, functional tools, creativity, compassion, and kindness to every family she serves. She enjoys this work because of all the wonderful people she gets to meet, the confidence she sees kids acquire and how the lives of families change because of it.

Specializing in young children, she focuses on decreasing problem behavior and creating an environment where kids are motivated to do amazing things. She's been with ATBS since 2015.

Jessica Johnson, MA

Sarah was born and raised in St. Louis Missouri. She has been involved with children and adults with special needs the majority of her life, in the classroom, residential and group home settings. She graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor's degree as an Intervention Specialist in 2007, and began teaching children with mild/moderate/severe disabilities. Her first work was in the Cincinnati area, St. Louis, and now in Beavercreek, where she was awarded the Outstanding Teacher of the Year award from Beavercreek City Schools.

Sarah attended Florida Tech Institute with a focus in behavior analysis. She enjoys the challenges and milestones that working in this field brings and especially teaching life skills and social skills.


Sarah enjoys running, biking, hiking and competitive Irish dancing. She has been with ATBS since 2017 providing behavior therapy and consultation as an Intervention Specialist.

Sarah Hudgens, MS 

Lindsey is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Certified Ohio Behavior Analyst who joined the ATBS team in March 2020.

A Chicago-area native and graduate of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, Lindsey recently returned to the Midwest after living and working in Colorado Springs, CO, Washington DC, and Oakland, CA. During her time in this wide range of environments, Lindsey gained a broad knowledge of many different programs, approaches, and materials. Lindsey’s diverse background has given her the tools to build strong rapport with her clients while also identifying strengths and challenges in specific learning channels.

In addition to being on staff at ATBS, Lindsey assists the Warren County Educational Service Center in training educators and with school district behavioral programming.

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