About DMS Consulting
About DMS Consulting

DeeDee Spangler, M.S. is the founder of DMS Consulting. DeeDee received her
Masters degree in Special Education from National University and her Bachelors
degree in Communications from Ohio University with a Minor in Coaching. She
also received a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis as a Behavior Analyst
from National University in 2005. She has been involved in the San Diego Special
Education community since 1996 as an Educational Advocate/Consultant:
Behavioral Consultant; Director of a Multi-Sensory Therapy Center, Special
Education Teacher; Home School Teacher/Supervisor/ Therapist; Special
Education Classroom Assistant; Campus Behavior Specialist; current board
member of the Autism Society
San Diego for over 10 years; and most of all,
FRIEND.

Training:  Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Treatment and Education of
Autistic and related Communication handicapped Children (TEACCH); Picture
Exchange Communication System (PECS), Pivotal Response Training (PRT);
Floortime (Relationship Based Model), Brain Gym (sensory), Sensory Integration,
Handwriting Without Tears (HWOT), Touch Math, Key Math, Teach Me
Language, Blending Methodologies, Language! (a special education language arts
curriculum), Harcourt Math (a general education math curriculum), Visualizing
and Verbalizing (V&V), BIP and BSP (Behavior Intervention and Behavior
Support Plan), and PART-R (Physical Assault Response Training).

Assessments: The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS);
Brigance (Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills); Analytical Reading
Inventory (ARI); Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA);  Bader (Reading
and Language Inventory); Woodcock-Johnson III (WJIII); Developmental Test
of Visual Motor Integration (VMI-5); Conner's Rating Scale; Assessment of Basic
Language and Learning Skills (ABBLS); Lindamood-Bell Auditory
Conceptualization Test (LAC); Receptive - Expressive Observation (REO) and
CORE, and many other assessments often used by school districts and private
practices.



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