Angharad graduated with a BA in Inclusive Education from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in 2017 whilst working as an LSA in a Welsh medium mainstream primary school, where she aided in supporting learners throughout the school with varying learning differences. During the course of her study she discovered an interest in autism and behaviour.
Angharad began working as a part-time behaviour technician in October 2017, and became a full-time technician as of July 2018, and she hasn’t looked back. She works with both high-functioning and low-functioning adults and children using varying programmes which include Positive Behaviour Support, Talk Tools, and ACT.
Angharad began studying towards her MSc in Applied Behaviour Analysis with Queen’s University Belfast in September 2018 and is hoping to complete the course by September 2020. Following this, she aims to undergo supervision in order to become a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst.