Zulmarie Candelaria is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with a Masters of Science in Developmental Disabilities from Nova Southeastern University.
Zulmarie has been working with children and families impacted by autism and related disabilities since 2015. She worked at NSU Mailman Segal Center’s Baudhuin Preschool, served as an Infant Toddler Developmental Specialist via the Early Steps program in 2016, and has since utilized her skills and experience to serve clients ranging from 2-18 years of age in homes, schools, and clinic-based settings. She has a continuously evolving passion for early intervention, skill acquisition in both Discrete Trial Training (DTT) and Natural Environment Teaching (NET), behavior modification, social skills, staff and parent trainings, and everything in between. Those who know Zulmarie describe her as loving, patient, compassionate, and determined to help her clients reach their fullest potential in every area!
Born in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico and raised in sunny South Florida, Zulmarie is fluent in both English and Spanish. Some of her favorite pastimes include spending time with her family, enjoying a warm Cafecito, and going on spontaneous fun-filled adventures!