Specializing in Autism, Behavior, and Speech Therapy
While working in the public schools, she supervised the speech-language pathologist, Deaf Education, Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities and Extended Year services. Bobbye Records has maintained an active private practice and has consulted throughout the state with school districts to improve services for students with autism and severe disabilities.
A leader in development of innovative staff training, she targeted a broad scope of special education needs. Ms. Records has crafted over 150 unique training modules to address effective practices. Ms. Records is sought as a professional lecturer at the local, state, and national level. She has provided independent assessment and testimony for mediation and due process hearings. She has completed forensic case analysis and is considered an expert witness in the areas of speech-language, developmental delay, and autism.
Credentials and Certifications
In 2005 she established PineCone Therapies, a private speech therapy and ABA/VB therapy company, to provide consultation, training, and direct services for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and severe disabilities in classroom, therapy, and private facilities, and to train families and service providers to insure quality programming.
Ms. Records is the Director of Program Development for Champion Services, Inc., a Home and Community Based Services (HCS) program that provides services for adults to be fully integrated into the community through therapeutic methods.
Bobbye Records has over 35 years of experience helping children, adolescents, and adults with autism spectrum disorders, communication disorders, and intellectual delay and disorder. Undergraduate and graduate degrees in Speech Pathology from the University of Texas at Austin (BS) and the University of North Texas (MS) laid the foundation for a career devoted to improving the lives of her clients. She achieved the Board Certified Behavior Analyst credential through coursework at the University of North Texas.