Randall has worked in the field of human services and working with children and adults with ASD, ADHD and other complex learning differences for 10 years as a direct support professional, and a Residential Home Administrator.
Randall previously has found success working to support children and adults in their pursuits of finding and maintaining housing, employment, and overall independence. Randall has been successful in this area by assisting in creating Individualized Service Plans and transition plans by working closely with the individual and their family/support system to ensure that the Individualized Service Plan aligns with the individual’s postsecondary aspirations by using a bio-psychosocial approach.
As a Life Skill’s Manager, Randall helps guide and mentor the men and women at CIP by facilitating the weekly goal setting and self-assessment process, tracking and communicating progress, helping teach money management and budgeting, and ensuring that the student has every opportunity to be involved in the direction of their program and services.
Randall earned a master’s degree in Organizational Management from University of Arizona. He also holds a bachelor’s in special education from Cal-Poly Humboldt University.
When he’s not working with individuals, staff or management in the office or in the community, you can find him playing basketball at the local parks, traveling to Los Angeles or spending time with his children.