Anne Horton, a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington with a double bachelor’s degree in marine biology and psychology, has been working tirelessly in various autistic communities for over a decade.
She first began work supporting children with autism and their families in Rockville, MD in 2001. In 2004, Anne continued her work providing supportive services to children with autism in Miami, FL, under the direction of Erik Lovaas and the Lovaas Center. By 2005, Anne joined the Las Vegas office of the Lovaas Center and has been serving the autistic community of Southern Nevada since.
The best part of serving as a behavioral consultant for Anne are the moments of witnessing a child finally perform a skill that the team has committed countless hours, weeks and even months on teaching. Anne’s passion for supporting kids and their successes in communicating with the world is what makes her a great asset to Lovaas Center and the autism community of Nevada.