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Highland Location

550 Route 299

Suite 100B-2

Highland, NY

 

Phone: 845-834-3722

Fax: 845-897-1789

Email: BehaviorSOS@gmail.com

 

Staff

 

Lynda S. Rosner, MS, TSHH, BCBA, LBA

Lynda received her bachelor's in Communication Disorders from SUNY New Paltz, and her Master's in Counseling & Behavior Analysis from Nova Southeastern University. She has been working at HVBS since its opening in 2009. When not working, Lynda enjoys spending time with her family in the New Paltz area. She has a new passion for fitness and attends the gym as often as possible.

 

Tara Gill, MS, SPED, BCBA.

Tara attended Skidmore College where she received her BA in Psychology. She received her Master's degree from Manhattanville College. She is a NYS certified teacher for Students with Disabilities B-2 & 1-6. She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst as well as a NYS Licensed Behavior Analyst. Tara has been with HVBS since May 2011. She took a short break to have her 4th child. When she's not working, she enjoys spending time with her kids and all their activities.

 

John Sullivan, MS, Ed.

John attended graduate school at Molloy College and obtained a Master's of Special Education along with dual certification in English 7-12 and Students with Disabilities 7-12. He attended Hunter College to complete his BCBA coursework and plans to continue in the program at Hunter to obtain a second Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis. He plans to sit for the BCBA exam soon. John has been working in the Special Education field since 2006. He lives in New Paltz with his wife and his dog. When he's not working, he enjoys running, hiking and music.

 

Paraprofessionals

 

Kelly Sakovsky

Kelly has been working for HVBS since October 2014. She received her associate's degree in Early Childhood from Dutchess Community College. She enjoys spending time with her husband Joe, daughter Olivia and her dog Daisy and going on vacation to the beach.

 

Danielle Roma

Danielle Roma has been working for HVBS since May 2014. She is currently enrolled in SUNY New Paltz's Communication Disorders Program with hopes to go on to get her Master's in Speech & Language Pathology. Danielle is an active part of her community. She runs an autism awareness club on campus, organizes fundraisers for Special Oylympics with local schools, volunteers in the community, and co-runs a sibling support group. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, cooking, and movies!