Casey Palmer, MEd, BCBA

Educational/Autism Consultant and Behavior Analyst
Casey Palmer, MEd, BCBA
Practicing Since: 
BS: Slippery Rock University of PA, Psychology
MEd: Slippery Rock University of PA, Special Education
BCBA: Penn State University in Behavior Analysis
Certifications & Methods: 
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Licensed Special Educator, NC
Applied Behavior Analysis
Verbal Behavior
Horse Boy Method

Casey began volunteering with children with disabilities as a teenager, and worked in the field while pursuing an education to further her passion.  After college, she ran group homes for adults and children with special needs.  Casey was trained by a Lovaas replication site to administer in-home applied behavior analysis programming while working through a Pennsylvania hospital, and then returned to Slippery Rock University where she graduated summa cum laude with a Master’s degree in Special Education.  Upon moving to NC, Casey set up the first autism program for Chatham County Schools where she remained for 5 years utilizing the concepts of applied behavior analysis, TEACCH, and a variety of educational tools and strategies to further her work with children.  In 2000, Casey founded New Hope ASD Consulting, LLC for individuals with autism and related disorders. She provides trainings, educational and behavioral support in a variety of settings including public and private schools, homes, and community programs.  Casey also served on the boards for the ARC of Orange County and the Autism Society of NC Orange/Chatham Chapter for several years.  Casey has joined the Let’s Talk team as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Educational/Autism Consultant.

Featured Blog Posts

Understanding the Mind of the Child with Autism
When determining why children with Autism do the things they do, we typically will take ABC data and determine the function the behavior serves for the child.  In other words, what has the child “accidentally learned” that has them doing the things they do. While this is a critical part of...


My son Noah has been receiving speech therapy from Erin Maher at Let's Talk for over 2 years.  When Noah started with Erin he had little useful language and great difficulty expressing his needs and wants.  Through once and...

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