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Practitioner Case Studies
Client Success Stories
“We believe we’ve finally found a strategy that really helps children redirect their behavior” More on individualizing interventions.
Ann Farone, Director of Student Intervention Services, The School District of Palm Beach County
“I used to have between 8 and 13 repeat referrals a day on average. … Now, I’ve got just two. … I’m not sure what happens when they leave here, but they just don’t come back.” More on ISS.
Warren Ellington, ISS teacher at Appling Middle School in Macon, Georgia
“Ripple Effects helps get to the heart of the issue.” More Alternative Ed.
Ty Barlow, Director of Alternative Schools, Pinon Unified School District, Chinle, AZ.
“This product has the potential to change lives.” More on Counseling.
Al Lachut, Head of Mental Health Services, El Dorado Public Schools, AR.
“This is the best thing I’ve seen in a long, long time in terms of prevention.”More on Prevention.
Rochelle St. Marie, Safe and Drug Free Schools Coordinator, Lafourche Parish, Lockport, LA.
One student “stayed out of trouble using Ripple Effects , and begged to get on it every day.” More on Juvenile Justice.
Michelle Smith, Loudoun County Juvenile Detention Center, Leesburg, VA.
“Ripple Effects gives them permission to talk about things they might not have brought up otherwise.” More on Community Programs.
Jessica Ball, Unit Supervisor, Boys & Girls Club of Benton & Franklin Counties, Pasco, WA.
“Some get so hooked (in In School Suspension), I’ve even offered them a break, but they choose to keep on working. Some even come in on their lunch time and ask to use it.” More on ISS.
Jennifer Ayres, ISS counselor at Aki Kurose School