Michelle Lane-Barmapov is the founder of the Montessori ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) program for children with autism. As the Premier’s Award (2005) recipient, she has lectured on her work in Montessori and Autism, and has been an International keynote speaker for many years.
In Toronto, Michelle currently works as a Professor for the Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies at Sheridan College. Michelle is a board member of Montessori Jewish Day School in Toronto and is co-chair of the advisory board of MMPI (Montessori Medical Partnership for Inclusion) in the US.
Michelle is currently working on her Doctorate in Health, has her certification in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for children and youth, is an R.E.C.E and holds a Early Childhood Montessori diploma (MACTE). As a parent of three children who attended Montessori school, Michelle has been lecturing on Montessori and Inclusion at Montessori Teacher’s College since 2013.