Ginny Hodge is the Vice President of Autism Spectrum Programming at Chapel Haven. She provides oversight for autism-related programming, including the Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition Program and Chapel Haven West.
Ginny is also involved in the coordination of Chapel Haven’s expanding professional development, consultative and clinical services.
Ginny has a bachelor’s degree in education/speech and hearing from Elmira College and a master’s degree in hearing and speech sciences from the University of Maryland. She completed post-master’s coursework in applied behavior analysis at Southern Connecticut State University and is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) as well as a speech-language pathologist.
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