Amy Bryan-Chapman is currently the autism coordinator and behavior specialist for Berkeley County Schools. Through her work in Berkeley County and with the West Virginia Autism Training Center (serving Morgan, Jefferson and Berkeley Counties) she has supervised over 32 autism programs, ranging from pre-k to high school. Her position has allowed her to develop and present professional development materials to teachers, aides, SLPs, and OTs leading to experienced knowledgeable staff.
Her work includes conducting functional behavior assessments, analyzing data, and developing behavior intervention plans for individuals. Ms. Bryan-Chapman works as part of an evaluation team that conducts psychological assessments to determine eligibility for special educational services. She also leads problem solving teams to prepare recommendations on programming, personnel, and curriculum needs.
Ms. Bryan-Chapman is in the Ph.D. program for educational leadership at West Virginia University and has an M.A. in professional counseling from Liberty University. She has undergraduate degrees in early childhood education from West Virginia University and psychology/child development from Charter Oak State College.