Jennifer Tweedy

Jennifer has worked in the field of ABA for more than a decade. She received her bachelor’s from IUPUI and her master’s in applied behavior analysis from Ball State. Jennifer first developed an interest in ABA when she was 10 years old and her 4-year-old brother began receiving ABA. Her brother received full-time, in-home ABA services for 8 years. She experienced first-hand the substantial impact ABA has on learners’ lives and on their families.

Jennifer lives on the south side of Indianapolis with her husband, Cliff (who works as an ABA therapist) and their 4 daughters. When Jennifer isn’t working, she likes to spend time with her family camping, playing board games and rehabbing furniture.

Access Behavior Analysis offers the most comprehensive, fully tailored treatment plan to families.