Spotlight: Meg DiMartino, Clinical Director, In-Home Program, Little Star Center Carmel

Meg DiMartino joined Little Star Center four years ago. As clinical director of the In-Home Program at Little Star Center, she oversees therapy program development and supervises staff and learners. Here’s more information about Meg:

What do you most enjoy about your job at Little Star Center? Providing support and guidance to the team members that I supervise in a way that allows us to learn from each other and all continue to grow as professionals and behavior analysts.

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? Related to behavior analysis and working with individuals with a disability, I was always told to remember that even though someone does not do something yet, it doesn’t mean that they won’t or can’t.

One thing I want people to know and understand about working with children affected by autism is….A disability does not define who a person is or who they will become.

What are your favorite activities when not working at Little Star Center? I love to spend time with my boyfriend, Ryan, and our two dogs, Jovie and Marla. I also really enjoy cooking and baking and trying new recipes.