Congratulations to Thompson Center Autism Training Specialist Julie Muckerman on receiving the MU Staff Advisory Council Spring 2024 Education Award!
Take a look back at some of the biggest accomplishments at the Thompson Center in 2023. After an amazing year, we’re looking forward to continued growth and improvement in 2024!
Throughout the year, the Thompson Center PIQ program recognizes our team members for a professionalism, initiative, and quality (PIQ). Employees can send their colleagues “PIQ cards” that celebrate instances of excellence in these three areas. Each year the Thompson Center selects one person to receive the Top PIQ Award. This year’s nominees were Jennifer Truelove, LPN; Ali Cooper, BCBA; Dr. John Hall, psychiatrist; Shelby Hert, social worker; and Lauren Sapp, psychometrist.
National Nurse Practitioners Week took place November 12-18, 2023. We are fortunate to have three stellar nurse practitioners on the Thompson Center team, pictured above from left to right: MollyContinue reading “Thank You, Nurse Practitioners!”
Congratulations to Ali Cooper, senior behavior analyst at the Thompson Center, on her re-election as the president of the Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis (MOABA)! MOABA is an organization foundedContinue reading “Thompson Center BCBA Re-Elected President of State Organization”
This year Jennifer Truelove was the Thompson Center’s Top PIQ!
A proposal to build a new facility for the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment was approved by the University of Missouri Board of Curators at its meeting on FebruaryContinue reading “UM Board of Curators Approves New Thompson Center Project”
The Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment hosted its Student Poster Session at the 17th Annual Thompson Center Autism Conference in October. The session had the most poster submissions toContinue reading “Winners of Student Poster Session Announced”
The Fall 2022 issue of DISCOVERY, the Thompson Center’s research newsletter, is now available for digital viewing! Access the newsletter here.
We are pleased to announce that the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders has changed its name to the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment. This name change alignsContinue reading “Name Change: Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment”