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Our Team - CLCA - Maryland's Top Autism Waiver Provider

About Us

Meet The Team

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Noelle Dorment

Owner/Director

With 20 years’ experience, Noelle Dorment, M. Ed, is the owner and director of Changing the Lives of Children with Autism (CLCA), as well as Camp Connections (CC). Both agencies are experienced autism waiver providers. CLCA and CAMP Connections started in 2007, and have successfully served over 150 families through in home and on-site services.Noelle earned her undergraduate degree in Family Studies from the University of Maryland and her Master’s of Science in Special Education from Trinity college in Washington, D.C. She also taught K- Middle School in the Montgomery County Public School System (MCPS) Autism Program. Her hands-on experience with families of children with autism and other developmental disabilities has proven to be the most invaluable experience, and the most gratifying.Noelle understands that connecting the right resources between school, home, and the community is essential to making the best service impact to families as they go through what could be an emotionally challenging time. She is enthusiastic about her staff and the services that CLCA and Camp Connections provide and is constantly looking for ways to improve and grow in these areas. Noelle lives in Montgomery County with her husband, three kids and their mischievous, but always loving family dogs.

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- Our Team-

Meet the CLCA Staff

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Brittany Severino

Administrative Director/Senior Human Resource Manager –

Brittany graduated from James Madison University with a BBA in 2000 and worked in Recruiting and Consulting Services for 5 years before starting her family. She is mom of 2 teenage boys and a daughter, Molly the mini Bernedoodle. Brittany and Noelle were neighbors and friends first, and in 2008 as Noelle’s young business grew, she was welcomed in as an Administrative and Personal Assistant to Noelle. As she became knowledgeable of the business and Waiver Program, Brittany quickly took on new roles encompassing all aspects of Human Resources; from sourcing and recruiting, to hiring and staffing, to payroll and reporting. Brittany thoughtfully listens to our families’ needs and desired end goals for their child, and works with them to find the best team of service providers to make these achievements possible. She acts as the main point of contact for staff and families alike, providing continued support and guidance with staffing and service needs throughout their relationship with CLCA.

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Angela Migyanka

Director of Operations for Camp Connections –
– Administrative Manager of Self Directed Services –
– Lead Family Consultant –

Angela brings a wealth of knowledge to our agency, our therapeutic programs, and to the families she supports. She aquired her B.S. in Special Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2000 and started her teaching career in 2004 in Pompano Beach, FL, working with students with Autism and Varying Exceptionalities. Angela moved to Montgomery County, Maryland and taught in the Classic Autism Program at Gaithersburg Middle School from 2004-2014. During that time she furthered her education by earning her Master’s Degree in Inclusive Education in 2007. Angela began working with CLCA in 2011 as a dedicated Family Consultant and soon after, became Camp Connections Supervisor. She finished her teaching career in 2016, as the crisis support teacher at John L. Gildner Regional Institute for Children and Adolescents, and joined the CLCA and Camp Connections team full time as Director of Operations.

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Jade Pridgeon

– Self Direction Supervisor –
Lead Family Consultant/Floreo Specialist –

Jade is an enthusiastic, resourceful, and inspiring family consultant who has a dual undergraduate degree in elementary/special education from Washington Adventist University and a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Walden University. Her work experience includes being a para educator, special education classroom teacher and now lead family consultant for Changing Lives of Children with Autism. Because of her extraordinary work with individuals with disabilities and their families she was recognized with an ‘Outstanding Educator Award’ by the Montgomery County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations. She also leads, coordinates, implements, and acts as a liaison for Floreo, a virtual reality platform, accessible to all of our families.

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Michelle Flanagan

– Billing Specialist –

For over 30 years, Michelle Flanagan has been a leader in the field of education and is excited about joining the CLCA team in our payroll department and as a program support specialist. Michelle taught Kindergarten, Pre-K, and piloted the first Pre-K Inclusion class in the Montgomery Public County School System. Michelle received numerous awards throughout her career in MCPS. Her excellence in building relationships with students and families, will continue in her work with CLCA. Michelle’s enthusiasm for and love of working with children and especially children with autism is undeniable. Michelle is excited about working with the students, families and staff of CLCA to help our clients meet their fullest potential.

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If you share our CLCA mission and our commitment to families with children and young adults with autism and developmental disabilities, we’d like to hear from you. Please review services pages to understand additional qualifications we seek in CLCA staff. 

All applicants must be 18+ years of age and are responsible for their own transportation to and from
a family’s home or community, as needed, for the client’s treatment plan.

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