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Collaborating Providers

At Able Transition we are dedicated to providing high quality, personalized care to individuals living with a disability. We are committed to giving our clients the support they need to maintain their independence and reach their goals.

We understand that each person’s needs are unique, which is why we are excited to have other providers supporting our clients. This ensures that we are able to provide a comprehensive range of services to meet the individual needs of each person. We strive to create an atmosphere of inclusion and acceptance so that everyone can feel supported and valued.

Speech & Language Pathology

Ashlie MacDonald, MS, CCC-SLP

Ashlie earned her Master’s in Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has enjoyed a 20-year career in NC Public Schools, working with students in preschool through high school. Much of Ashlie’s time is spent providing therapy and classroom support for middle and high school students with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities. She utilizes a variety of strategies to broaden individuals’ range of communication skills, including verbal communication as well as augmentative and alternative communication. Ashlie’s ideal client would be an individual or family desiring support in developing greater independence with communication and social interactions to improve the overall quality of life.

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Jay Jarrett-Morales

Jay is a board-certified behavior analyst. She works with Able Transition Consulting under a parent-training model.

Parent Training Model:

This model is geared to address short-term behavioral needs and behavior reduction this way. Jay can teach parents generalization skills this way, providing more flexibility.  

Parents need to be able to engage with their child's needs and understand neurodivergent-affirming care.

Ways Jay can support you:

  1. ABA Education. Jay will review ABC principles, the four functions of behaviors, and reinforcements versus punishments. Then she phases out.

  2. Problem-Solving Behavioral Support: 

    1. Parents will report the problem and what they are doing at home

    2. Jay will provide solutions and options

      1. What to do, what not to do

  3. Consultation as needed

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