Madeline Fletchall

Madeline, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, has been in the field for three years. She received a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and a master’s degree in applied behavior analysis from Ball State University. Madeline’s passion for working with intellectual and developmental disabilities started at a young age when she became a volunteer with the non-profit organizations Best Buddies and Special Olympics. Her love grew when she spent a summer serving children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities ranging from ages 8 to 65 at a summer camp in California. Once she found Access and the science of applied behavior analysis, she knew it was the perfect fit. 

In her spare time, you can find Madeline teaching or taking fitness classes, spending time with family, or traveling. She loves to hike and spend time outdoors when possible. Her dream would be to combine two of her favorite passions, ABA and travel.

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