Mr. Hauslaib received his Masters degree in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Saint Joseph. Mr. Hauslaib has extensive experience working with individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injuries between the ages of 2 and 22 years old in a clinical, school, and residential setting. Mr. Hauslaib has experience designing and overseeing clinical-based intensive behavior intervention programs that primarily focus on reducing challenging behaviors. In addition, Mr. Hauslaib has experience with some of the most vulnerable populations including young children in the Birth to Three system and children and families in DCF mandated programs. Mr. Hauslaib has served as an adjunct professor at Endicott College. His clinical interests include treatment integrity, parent training, development of independent living skills, functional communication training, and the evaluation of stress and decision making.
In his free time, Sam enjoys skiing, going to the beach, and spending time with his friends and family.