Lorne has promoted positive relationships between children and their families who are at-risk and those with special needs since 1996. He earned a dual B.A. degree in Psychology and Child Development in 2001 and has received broad training in the areas of social relationships & friendships, sensory integration, communication facilitation and behavioral management. In 2014, he earned a Masters degree in Education and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
Lorne has worked as 1:1 aide in the school setting, provided individualized behavioral intervention in the home/community environments and participated in IEPs. He has also trained, supervised and developed unique learning programs for children on the autism spectrum and those with other developmental disabilities.
Lorne personally values and puts great emphasis on quality of life, self-reliance, independence and the need to have fun. He strongly believes that the mind and the body need to work together to create positive social and emotional growth.