Dr. Yev Veverka is a proud graduate of the University of Washington's doctoral program in Special Education (2018). Her research interests are in the areas of Autism Spectrum Disorders, parent and caregiver coaching, mealtime supports and intervention, and the reform of the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.
With the Haring Center's FEAST (Feeding, Eating and Supporting Together) team, Dr. Veverka has developed a tiered approach to mealtime supports for early learning settings. The FEAST team has been manualizing, researching, and disseminating their approach to use in early learning settings across the nation.
Dr. Veverka is passionate about the reform of the field of Applied Behavior Analysis to promote equity of service delivery and compassionate care. She strives to disseminate ABA in a way to make it accessible and lead to improvements in quality of life for consumers of the science.