Emily Morgan- BCBA

Emily was born and raised in a small town in California called “Los Banos”, which is Spanish for “The Bathrooms.” She has lived in Utah ever since starting at Brigham Young University in 2005, where she graduated in Exercise Science with plans to become a physical therapist. Her plans changed in 2015 when her first daughter was diagnosed with autism at the age of two. Her daughter started ABA therapy and Emily dove in head first into the subject and soon decided to get her Masters degree in ABA at Ball State University. Emily has six girls total now, four of which have been diagnosed with fragile X syndrome and autism. Fragile X syndrome is the most common single-gene cause of autism and Emily encourages anyone that has been diagnosed with autism to test for fragile X syndrome.