Whether you are running around the city completing errands or want to plan a family outing in the city of Milwaukee, you may be thinking how can I help my child be successful in the community? It can be stressful to take a child with autism out of the home. Nevertheless, there are strategies to […]
About Allison Kleppe
Allison Kleppe is a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) with experience working with children between the ages of 3-10. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Community Education with a focus on childhood and adolescent studies as well as therapeutic recreation, and is currently pursuing her Masters degree through Ball State University in Applied Behavior Analysis specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Allison spent five years working with children with special needs providing in-home early intervention therapy. During this experience she treated children with ASD, receptive and expressive language disorders, as well as physical and cognitive impairments.
Allison has additional experience working with children in a group intervention setting implementing and teaching school-readiness, and social skills. She has volunteered at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin as an in-patient critical care volunteer, where she assisted children in making their stay comfortable and stress free. She’s also spent some time volunteering for Big Brothers Big Sisters where she mentored school aged children.
Allison is a dedicated Behavior Treatment Therapist passionate about improving the lives of children with special needs.