Amelia Hone is a Senior Therapist at TIPES, Canada. As a Senior Therapist Amelia supervises a variety of children with exceptionalities, supporting their learning and behaviour change, as well as supervising, training and educating a team of Instructor Therapists and parents.
Amelia has an Honours Bachelor Science degree in Applied Sciences with a Minor in Family and Child Development and a specialization in Music and Psychology through the University of Guelph. She has also obtained her Masters Diploma in Autism and Behaviour Sciences with Honours, through George Brown College and has completed her Masters of Science in Applied Behaviour Analysis with Honours through the University of Trinity College Dublin. She is also currently working towards her third Masters degree to pursue further Certification in the field of ABA.
Amelia Hone has been working with individuals with exceptionalities since 2009. She is a firm believer in a collaborative approach to behaviour change and has a strong passion for incorporating multi-disciplinary goals and combining holistic therapies such as Music, Equine and Canine therapy.