NORWALK, Conn. – STAR, a nonprofit organization that serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Fairfield County, recently welcomed Ingo Bergsteinsson to its Norwalk center.
Bergsteinsson, a board-certified behavior analyst, has lived in Connecticut since 1997. He earned a degree in applied behavior analysis from Western Michigan University, and has worked in the field of developmental disabilities since 1992.
“We are glad to have Ingo join the STAR team,” Katie Banzhaf, STAR’s executive director, said in a press release. “He is highly regarded in his field and is a terrific, warm and talented person. We welcome his specialized background in working with adults who have autism, and look forward to providing the best possible services to our clients and their families.”
Bergsteinsson has been involved in educational and private behavioral consulting, chaired programmatic review panels, conducted workshops, and developed a software program for behavior data collection and analysis, according to a press release.
“STAR is a terrific organization and I am happy to be working with such a great group of colleagues, clients and new friends,” Bergsteinsson said in a press release. “I am enjoying this opportunity to share my experience and benefit the wonderful people we serve every day.”
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