Sarah Dion has dedicated her life to improving the lives of children and young adults with special needs, while simultaneously bettering the lives of the incredible people around them.
With a master’s degree from Columbia University in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and a dual-degree from Syracuse University in Elementary and Special Education, Sarah has been able to combine her fundamental special education knowledge with her honed behavioral skills.
Through years of extensive training and practice, Sarah has learned to establish an inclusive classroom for students of all skill levels and backgrounds. Sarah has worked with children between the ages of birth to 16, helping to improve their behaviors across home, school and community settings. In her free time, Sarah enjoys exploring all of the exciting opportunities New York City has to offer, playing tennis, and spending quality time with her family and friends.