Jason is best known for bridging the gap between research and practice for students with disabilities. From individual clients and families to large-scale systems change, his focus is on evidence-based practices that can be immediately implemented. His experience as a classroom teacher, consultant, and researcher drive his efforts to deliver strategies that work but can be delivered practically in today’s classroom.
As a dynamic and engaging communicator, Jason shares from his years in the classroom and clinic to demonstrate how everyone can be successful in spite of the most difficult circumstances or most limited budgets. His recent work has focused on supporting teachers and children with disabilities including emotional, behavioral and cognitive impairments through web-based applications.
His humorous and realistic approach has inspired audiences across the globe and provided hope for those who work tirelessly with our most treasured populations. Jason has bachelor and master degrees from Appalachian State University and Florida State University and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Kentucky. He has a thriving private practice and is passionate about making a difference in the lives of those around him.