The Orion School People

Stephanie Saucier Wodinsky, PhD, MBA, GAC-ABA

Stephanie brings over 13 years of teaching and curriculum design to The Orion School. If you need help with developing lesson plans, statistics or syllabi, or help with writing any other research papers, you can turn to best writing services. She earned a PhD in business administration in 2009 while concurrently completing a graduate academic certificate in applied behavior analysis. She taught in university settings as well as owned a successful management consulting practice. Inspired by the need for an appropriate summer experience for both of her twins, one of whom has autism, Stephanie gave up teaching in a college environment in 2009 in order to create a non-profit organization devoted to providing inclusion programs and activities for children in the local Jewish community. She holds Level I certification in Pivotal Response Treatment, as well as a Certificate of Mastery from the basic course of the DIR/Floortime Model.

Stephanie anticipates graduating from the University of North Texas in May with a master’s degree in special education and a graduate academic certificate in autism intervention. In addition to her non-profit organization, The Rayim Connection, she also has a small practice devoted to assisting families who have children with special needs with behavior intervention planning, IEP development, placement determination, and parent training. Her primary interests are differentiated instruction and behavior management. When Stephanie is not teaching or learning, she enjoys spending time with her twins, husband, dog and 2 cats.



The Orion School is a member of the Georgia Association of Private Schools for Exceptional Children (GAPSEC)  
The State Board of Education has approved The Orion School to participate in the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program  

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