Autism Specialist Resume Sample 2

Updated June 1, 2016

Each autism specialist resume sample that you go through (in a bid to decide what to put into your own resume), will give you a different perspective. Resumes are individualized documents that cannot be copied from another source. Doing so will only take away from your originality. While it is alright to go through several resume samples to figure out how to build or update your resumel, it is never recommended to create direct copies. Resumes are about originality.

The following autism specialist resume sample can be used to determine how to write one, as far as format and content is concerned:


Autism Specialist Resume Sample


Kyle Lamb

693 Sandhill Drive SE ● Conyers, GA 55065 ● (000) 456-7485 ● kyl.lam @ email . com


Professional Summary: Dependable Autism Specialist with 9+ years’ verifiable track record of managing the needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS). Completely focused on providing patients with support, targeted at integrating them into society, by instilling confidence in them. Documented success in conducting observations to aid diagnosis of ASD and development of instructional strategies. A competent individual who has hands-on experience in developing therapy intervention programs to provide both patients and caregivers support in implementing plans in appropriate settings.


• Behavioral Training • Intervention Plans
• Transition Plans • Crises Response
• Family Education • Student Placement
• Programmatic Autism Services • Special Education
• Visual Support Training • Progress Monitoring Plans
• Needs Assessment • Procedural Change Management

• Successfully placed 52 children with ASDs into regular school streams by effectively coaching them in their weak areas
• Created and implemented an ASD-focused curriculum for children with special needs, resulting in increased registrations
• Introduced non-invasive behavioral support intervention procedures, with a 100% success rate
• Conducted 14 educational seminars of ASDs, focusing on parent / guardian education, each session attended by over 250 people


Autism Specialist
The Mentor Network, Conyers, GA (6/2011 to Present)

• Determine types of therapies required for each child and develop specific therapeutic treatment plans to meet his or her individual needs
• Handle assessments by interviewing and observing children and creating psychological profiles
• Create new programs, move targets forward and make procedural changes in existing care / educational programs
• Lead special education trainings and plan and implement staff development and patient education autism programs
• Confer and communicate with staff members to gauge the effectiveness of special education programs

Autism Specialist
The Mentor Network, Conyers, GA (11/2008 to 6/2011)

• Provided instructional methodology and behavioral support to teachers and caregivers
• Developed and implemented individualized patient and family-centered educational programs in collaboration with educational institutes
• Implement and evaluate autism services of eligible children and their families
• Compile special education program information into documents and reports
• Act as a resource for information regarding laws, regulations and procedures regarding special education programs

Behavior Therapist
United Health Group, Conyers, GA (1/2007 to 11/2008)

• Assessed patients to determine behavioral problems and created and implemented positive behavior support techniques
• Observed environment to determine where adjustments may be made within classroom and home environments
• Identified frustration and implement specifically designed programs to tone down aggressive behavior
• Facilitated play and social interactions by providing suggestions on physical and mental activities
• Recorded both qualitative and quantitative data for each session for individual patients and ensured that it was properly documented

Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education – 2006
Georgia State University, Conyers, GA