Meghan House, a registered behavioral technician with the Broward Children’s Center,  a nonprofit in Pompano Beach, works with a child who needs behavioral analysis, a therapy that helps children with autism and other developmental disabilities learn to lead more independent lives.
Meghan House, a registered behavioral technician with the Broward Children’s Center, a nonprofit in Pompano Beach, works with a child who needs behavioral analysis, a therapy that helps children with autism and other developmental disabilities learn to lead more independent lives. Courtesy Broward Children's Center
Meghan House, a registered behavioral technician with the Broward Children’s Center, a nonprofit in Pompano Beach, works with a child who needs behavioral analysis, a therapy that helps children with autism and other developmental disabilities learn to lead more independent lives. Courtesy Broward Children's Center

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