Ty Byhanna has worked in the Life Skills Department at CIP since 2018 as Life Skills Coach, Social Skills Coach, Wellness Coach and current Student Support Specialist. He previously found success supporting neurodiverse adults as an in-home support mentor for Community Access Providers for nearly a decade. Where he provided numerous client’s valuable independent living skills and routines to develop their ability to live independently, and has utilized these skills to innovatively assist our students here.
As a Student Support Specialist at CIP, Ty works with students in helping them to become well-rounded, informed citizens who can live independent and self-sufficient lives, as well as foster inspiration, confidence, and support them toward building meaningful relationships. Ty currently attends Eastern Florida State College, where he is pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Psychology.
When he’s not spending time with his family, you can find him at the beach, or training jiu jitsu. Ty enjoys reading fantasy novels, hiking and spending as much as time as possible outdoors.