Jacqueline has five years of experience working with children with autism through her volunteer work and being the mother to two children on the spectrum. Jacqueline has been with BCI for one year and continues to keep the same enthusiasm she had when she first started. Along with being a Registered Behavior Technician, Jacqueline also serves as a Community Liaison, Clinical Intake Coordinator and provides Spanish support for BCI.

Areas of Interest

Social Skills
Play and Leisure Skills
Language and Communication Skills
Community Safety Skills

Education

El Paso Community College

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

BCI means providing quality service to families that live in areas where autism resources are limited or unavailable. I feel my greatest contribution to BCI is providing Spanish support to help our families and their clinical team communicate. I strongly believe that language does not have to be a barrier between families and their ability to access medically necessary treatment.