Bridgette Arno Sparks, M.A.
Educational/Behavioral Consulting
Bridgette Arno Sparks is a resident of Middle Georgia. Bridgette graduated from Plattsburgh State University with a dual B.S. degree in Special and Regular Education (with teacher licensure) and later went on to obtain her master's degree in Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis from The Ohio State University. She has worked as a supervisor of respite care for individuals with disabilities and in the New York State Advocacy Resource Program.

She has been an educational and behavioral consultant to early intervention and treatment programs for all ages in the home, school, therapeutic, clinical, and hospital-based environments. She has taught in, and been consultant to many classrooms and agencies on the East Coast. In addition, Bridgette has had extensive training in teaching academic as well as social competency skills to individuals with autism and related disorders. She has been involved in research concerning social competency skills, challenging behaviors, and skill acquisition for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Prior to establishing Puzzle Pieces Intervention Center in July of 2009, Bridgette had assisted in the development and worked with Awakenings Medical Center in Macon, GA to provide valuable resources to assist clients with biomedical, educational, developmental, and behavioral concerns. Bridgette has also worked closely with the medical community as an education/behavior/learning disabilities specialist for Central Georgia Institute for Developmental Medicine (Formerly: The Medical Center) with Dr. Stephen Copps and Edna Copeland.

Bridgette has served as a special and regular education teacher in elementary and high schools, and as an educational and behavioral consultant and trainer. Bridgette has over 20 years of educational and behavioral experience. Bridgette holds holds all applicable licensures for teaching and her practices while continually seeking professional development. She has had excellent mentors and professors from The Ohio State University to include: John O. Cooper, Timothy E. Heron, and William L. Heward. Bridgette is a proud mother and wife who enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her hobbies include hiking, swimming, piano, fishing, traveling, hairdressing, and volunteering.



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