Andrew first became interested in Autism when completing his Bachelor of Science degree at Queen’s University. After graduating in 2003 he immediately began working at Geneva Centre for Autism as an IBI therapist. By 2006 he was a Supervisor/Senior therapist in the program where he continued to develop his skills in the field of ABA, including the areas of verbal behaviour, errorless teaching, skill assessment, curriculum planning, and behavioural interventions for children with Autism.
In 2008 he joined the Training Institute team at Geneva Centre and participated in the ministry funded initiative to deliver training in applied behaviour analysis and autism support strategies to over 10,000 childcare and school board educators across the province of Ontario. In 2011 Andrew graduated with a Master’s Degree in Applied Disabilities Studies with a specialization in ABA from Brock University.
Today he continues his work at Geneva Centre doing training engagements and consultations as a Training Institute Faculty, as well as teaches in the Behavioural Sciences program at Seneca College as an adjunct professor.