Perymon Named Assistant Director of Adult Services at Eden Autism Services Florida

Naples, FL, November 20, 2009 --( Amber D. Perymon, Psy.D., joined Eden Autism Services Florida as Assistant Director of Adult Services. In this role, she will provide clinical oversight for all of Eden’s adult programs, including residential services, adult day services and training, and employment and vocational training.

“Dr. Perymon has deep experience and expertise in psychology, behavioral therapy and developmental disabilities,” says Eden Autism Services Florida Director Armando Galella. “We’re very fortunate to have someone with her experience join our team and are looking forward to her contributions to our programs and the community.”

Galella adds that Dr. Perymon will serve on Eden’s behavioral management committee and collaborate with the Eden Behavioral Team to analyze behavior problems and solutions for both adults and children.

Dr. Perymon earned her doctorate from the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. She completed her internship at the Kelberman Center for Autism and Related Disorders at UCP in Utica, New York and gained additional experience at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, the Brief Therapy Clinic at the South Behavioral Therapy Center in Dayton, Ohio, and Lovaas Institute/Douglas Developmental Center. She was an Adjunct Professor in Wright State University’s Psychology Department and worked as an ABA Therapist and Program Manager for the Huber Heights, Ohio City Schools.

About Eden Autism Services
Eden Autism Services was founded in New Jersey in 1975 with a mission to improve the lives of children and adults with autism and their families by providing a range of community-based services to meet specific needs throughout the lifespan. In 1996, Eden Autism Services Florida was founded to address the state’s growing need for specialized services for children and adults with autism and their families. Eden Autism Services Florida’s services range from comprehensive outreach, including program consultations and early intervention, to 12-month education for school age students and residential and employment services for adults. For more information, contact Taire Malloy at 239-992-4680, extension 207 or

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