Meet The AASL Team

  • Brieann Yimoyines Papp

    Brieann feels it is especially important to teach the necessary life skills to foster personal growth and independence for their clients to subsequently live, work, and become part of their own community.

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  • Alicia Yimoyines Martinez

    Guiding Alicia’s therapy is the commitment to establish trusting and open relationships with both clients and their families, bridging the gap from the therapy room into the home and community.

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  • Brittany Garcia

    Brittany believes that every child is unique and tailors therapy to create individualized plans in order to meet that child’s needs so that he or she can become successful as growing members of the community.

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  • Jenna Graepel

    Jenna is dedicated to providing quality treatment tailored to each individual, implementing functional strategies that facilitate generalization outside of the therapy setting.

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  • Maria Gigliotti

    Maria strives to provide children and their families with the necessary tools and strategies, whether relational, academic, or vocational, in order to be successful in our community.

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  • Vanessa Power

    Vanessa feels amazingly blessed to often times be the first witness of a child’s language development. She also considers it an honor to have the opportunity to share in a family’s joy as developmental milestones are met. 

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  • Jennifer Schwarzschild

    Jennifer strives to promote and develop independence for the children she works with by applying evidenced-based practice to address their unique needs.

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  • Dianna Rhoades

    Dianna is passionate about helping children achieve their highest level of physical, psychological, and social development by providing a whole-body, client centered approach to treatment.

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  • Baylee Skjefte

    Baylee is committed to helping children gain independence in meaningful daily roles, including their ability to learn new skills, foster autonomy in self-care and academics, and interact within their community and across environments.

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  • Holly Marino

    Holly’s life mission is to make a positive impact in the lives of others. Her position at AASL has provided the avenue for her to accomplish this.

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  • Phyllis Guthman

    Phyllis’s passion for individuals with special needs and their families led her to provide communications for Statewide Disability Organizations and the school district for over 15 years.

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