Safety Care Trainer
Chasidy has worked in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2007. She started working with her first client while an undergrad and graduated from UW-River Falls with a degree in Sociology. It was this initial experience that caused her to fall in love with the kids, families and the profession. She went on to earn her Master's Degree from Ball State University in Applied Behavior Analysis with an emphasis in Autism. Chasidy provided in-home therapy to her clients for 11 years before working in center-based therapy for almost 2 years. After moving to Sheboygan in 2019, she decided to create something new for this community and combine the best of what she learned from both the in-home and center-based therapy experiences. IMPACT was created in early 2020 to provide compassionate and accessible care for children on the spectrum and their families. Her goal for IMPACT to provide services to populations that are underserved or cannot access treatment due to age or diagnosis and comprehensive care for the families in the Sheboygan area.
Chasidy and her husband, Jake live in Cedarburg with their two dogs, Juneau and Khaleesi. They enjoy hiking in the Kettle Moraine, beach days, mountain biking, movies, time with friends and family, sports, and community activities like summer concerts and farmer's markets.