Jasmine is an ABA program supervisor for the TLC working with children and young people at home, at school and in the community.
Jasmine graduated with a degree in philosophy in 2010 from the University of Sussex. She completed her Masters Degree in Behaviour Analysis at Queens University in Belfast.
She discovered her love for working with ASD children whilst working at a summer holiday playscheme at the Croft Centre in Richmond, she found the support the service provided for families incredible and enjoyed the range of activities and experiences that the centre was able to provide due to the dedication of their staff . Following that she worked for Extratime at Hillside, an inclusive after-school and holiday club, offering services for children with different complex needs and promoting inclusion through play and mutual understanding.
Jasmine developed her knowledge of ABA by working at TreeHouse School in London for two years. She completed their graduate training programme and furthered her experience through working across the school with a range of children and young people.
Jasmine is a member of UK SBA and SEABA