True Colours Behavioural Services consists of a team of competent, committed and experienced employees. Allow us to introduce them to you on this page.
Krys Sanderson, BCBA
Krys first became interested in behavioural approaches, whilst working in a day nursery in 1999 and seeing the power of reinforcement on imporving the childrens behaviour.
Krys' work in ABA began in 2001 as an ABA tutor. Since then she has gained a MSc in ABA and gained her BCBA/ Krys hasworked in residential school for children, residential villages for adults, supported living services and ABA programmes at home, mainstream and special needs schools.
Krys has a range of experience in supporting children and adults to learn functional skills, assess problem behaviours and devise effective support plans as well as working with families and staff teams.
I am a psychology masters student at the University of Leeds and I have been intrigued by autism since I started studying psychology almost 10 years ago. I heard of ABA at the start of university and have been working as a tutor for around a year. It is brilliant working as a tutor as it’s very rewarding and is also lovely to work so closely with professionals, families and especially the children. My experience has mainly been with children aged 3-8 years old, all of whom have had a wide range of strengths and difficulties, which has been fascinating to work with.