Daniel has worked in the field of autism and special education since 2017 as a camp counselor, paraprofessional, and public school teacher.
He previously found success working with students in a Community Based classroom that specializes in autism and communication differences, teaching students daily living skills and language development. After working with children with learning differences for five years, Daniel is excited to start working with the young adult population.
As a Life Skills Coordinator, Daniel helps young adults develop skills to maintain their living spaces, foster relationships with peers, and help them achieve their goals. Daniel earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University in 2016.
When he’s not at CIP, he is playing basketball or pickleball around town, getting brunch/coffee with his girlfriend, and online gaming with his friends.