Kendra McDonald, MA, BCBA
Director of Clinical Services
Kendra began her career in behavior analysis after her son was diagnosed with autism in 2002. Following the successful implementation of his home program, she worked as an in-home ABA therapist for other families affected with autism. She completed her behavior analysis coursework at UMASS Lowell and she has a Master’s Degree in Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She secured her BCBA in June 2014. Kendra emphasizes the principles and teaching procedures of verbal behavior across all teaching opportunities including communication, social skills, and academics. Her interests also include analysis of complex behavior such as remembering, teaching mediating behaviors, and other private events.
Hayley Lundblad has a B.S. in Psychology from Shenandoah University and will receive her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Shenandoah University in December, 2017. Hayley began her career with The Arc of Loudoun as an ABA Instructor for The Aurora School. Most recently, she is also an ABA Instructor for Aurora Behavior Clinic (ABC), implementing and managing ABA programs for all ABC clients. She specializes in teaching procedures, verbal behavior, social skills, and behavior management. She also manages and instructs on Cannon’s Connections, the social skills curriculum on Paxton Campus, and is also trained on the Social Thinking Curriculum, also provided on Paxton Campus. Hayley and Kendra have worked closely together the past few years at The Aurora School and ABC, researching the latest trends in verbal behavior to best teach and support children on the autism spectrum. Hayley truly enjoys working with children of all ages, and her enthusiasm for her work is widely known on our campus!
Administrative Program Manager for the Aurora Behavior Clinic
703.777.1939 x 207