When Aerika started working in ChildServe’s ABA program as a behavior technician, she felt connected right away with our mission and culture. She knew ChildServe was a place where she could make a difference.
Meghan's StoryCongratulations to ChildServe - Ames Speech Language Pathologist Meghan Wells for completing her Clinical Fellowship year and already impacting many along the way. Meghan is currently working on trying out different communication devices with the kids...
ChildServe’s Community Services Supervisor Monica Goodvin found her love for helping kids and families with specialhealthcare needs after her son was diagnosed with autism.
Tucker, a 9-year-old Goldendoodle, works “full-time” at ChildServe where he uses his training and skills to assist with outpatient therapy appointments.
When it comes to caring for kids with special healthcare needs, Erin goes above and beyond to make each day unique.
“Stephanie has gone above and beyond for families and multiple teams at ChildServe. I often think of this quote when I think of Stephanie, ‘If you are going to help, help with a happy heart.'”
Megan Nikolish leads her team every day with a patient, understanding, and above all, kind heart.
Taking care of others has been part of Jamila Makokha’s life since she was a small girl. By age five, Jamila was the primary caregiver to her siblings. After losing a family member due to a poor healthcare system in her native country, Jamila knew her calling was to help people.
Kirsten started off her college journey by pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. However, when she took on a role as a direct support professional, her career path quickly shifted.
Working with kids was something Brian knew he wanted to do, but his career didn’t take the path he expected.
Dillon McHugh, Lead SCL Home Supervisor has seen how the ability to make choices can channel a reaction of great life moments.
Kelly is a ChildServe Mental Health Therapist providing amazing care to kids with special healthcare needs.
For Virginia Smith, RN, nursing has been a part of her life from the moment she was born.
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of nearly 5,800 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries, and other special healthcare needs.