Ms. Becca Jarzynski rejoined our department in the fall of 2012, having previously worked part-time in the department from 2006-2008. Becca completed her baccalaureate degree in Communication Disorders at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 1998 and earned her Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders at the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire in 2000. She also completed a graduate certificate in Behavioral Intervention in Autism through the University of Massachusetts-Lowell in 2008 and finished a year as a Preparing Mentor in Evidenced-Based Practice through Wisconsin's Birth-to-Three Program in 2011.Becca has worked as a pediatric speech-language pathologist, providing services through Eau Claire and Chippewa County's Birth-to-Three programs as well as through the outpatient clinic at S.P.O.T.S. Pediatric Therapy/St. Joseph's Hospital in Chippewa Falls. Her areas of interest and expertise include language facilitation and intervention with toddlers and young children, diagnostics in young children, naturalized ABA intervention with children and youth with autism spectrum disorders, and coaching parents in the context of natural routines and activities. She currently provides supervision for the evaluation and treatment of children at the CCD and teaches a variety of courses including normal communication development and clinical procedures.