Improving Quality of Life Through Effective Intervention
Jaime Jensen


Jaime began her career as an undergraduate intern at a private school for children and adolescents with ASD. Within just a couple weeks of completing her internship, Jaime knew ABA was the perfect field for her. Jaime considers her family to be her biggest support system in that they have always encouraged her to go to school and live life doing whatever she loves to do. Jaime completed her Master’s degree in Special Education with and emphasis in ABA from Ball State University in 2016. She strives to learn as much as possible and apply her knowledge within her work, across all clients in hopes to see progress at each individual level.

Jaime measures her success by the progress she sees in each client and reports from parents/guardians. Having a parent show strong appreciation for the strides their child has made is what continues to drive her to work hard in this field. Jaime recognizes the need to have patience when working in the field of ABA and is amazed at the rewards one gets from seeing an individual and family progress. To her, seeing even the smallest amount of progress is an amazing feeling.

Outside of work, Jaime has a strong interest in nutrition and being active. She enjoys going to the gym, being outdoors in the warm weather, and spending time with her 2 dogs. Jaime likes to travel and hopes to do more of this in the near future, with Thailand being on the top of her travel list. Jaime describes herself and her work as compassionate, determined & focused.