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  • SubGenre:Applied Psychology
  • Language:English
  • Pages:154
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667874258

E Man

by Sadie Zawisza View author's profile page

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Someday when my kids ask me "mom what's at the end of the rainbow?" I'm going to respond with, "there is this boy named Ethan Wall who was just too beautiful for this world. He watches over those he loves and knows his name has and will change many lives. He knows that he is cherished and missed. He is doing all of the things that he was not able to do while he was here with us. He is at peace". 


I was Ethan's in home Behavior Technician for New England ABA for 3 years. Ethan Wall passed away on March 20, 2022, due to complications from Phelan McDermid Syndrome. This book discusses Ethan's individualized strengths and weaknesses. This book goes into detail on what worked for him and what did not, and stories that deserved to be shared. It also has research regarding Phelan McDermid Syndrome, Autism, dual diagnoses, and Applied Behavioral Analysis.

About the author
Sadie Zawisza is 22 years old living in Hyde Park, Massachusetts. Sadie graduated from Curry College with her bachelor's in psychology and Education in December of 2021. She began her master's program in Applied Behavioral Analysis in January of 2022. Sadie works full time for Boston Behavior Learning Center located in Canton Ma. There, she works as a registered behavior technician working one on one with clients daily. After she finishes graduate school and gets her master's degree, she plans on taking the BCBA exam to become a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. Sadie is very excited to be the one collaborating with clients' families and making the decisions on what programs are going to be run and how we are going to go about teaching these skills within. She is ecstatic to help change lives every day for the rest of her life.