Meet Nina!

​Meet Nina Aldi, M.S., BCBA, LBS

Nina began her career 20 years ago working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Upon graduation from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Psychology she worked as an ABA therapist. She continued her education and earned a Master’s Degree in Special Education, as well as her Behavior Specialist License. In 2010, she became certified as a Behavior Analyst. Working with many children, adolescents, and young adults with special needs, in different settings, with a wide-variety of skills and needs, Nina dedicates her time to helping others gain skills and improve their quality of life experiences. In addition to her role as a BCBA with us, she is also a BACB supervisor and director of one of our EDD/IIBD Research Task Forces. In 2016, her research study was published in the Journal of Behavior Analysis in Practice. Nina was the principal investigator and lead author of the article which focused on examining the effects of video modeling to teach Activities of Daily Living Skills. Given the opportunity in 2015, we were able to support Nina in presenting this important research at the ABAI session in Las Vegas. She continues to work as a BCBA with EDD and supervises both educational and behavioral programs and teams, meeting the diverse and individualized needs of students. Nina has also assisted with our out-of-state outreach consultative services division of practice in the past as well. We are honored and grateful to have Nina as a dedicated practitioner and service provider within our practice and organization! 

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Education, Growth, Development International Institute For Behavioral Development DBA Education Designers Est. 2005

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