In Oregon, Visions provides behavioral services on a state-wide level to families, foster-care arrangements, and agencies that support individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (children, and adults), Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Senior Citizens.
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- Address: 366 East 40th Ave, Suite 260
Eugene OR 97405
- Phone: 541-683-6707
- FAX: 541-343-3259
- Business Hours: 8a-4:30p M-F
Meet Our Oregon Team
David Jaques Ph.D., BCBA
Serves as the President of Visions LLC. He has worked with persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities, brain injuries, dementia, mental health challenges and their support networks throughout his 30 year professional career. He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). In addition to his duties with Visions LLC he serves as an Adjunct Faculty Member in both the Behavior Analysis and Organizational Leadership Departments of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Lastly, he is a co-founder and current CEO of two organizations that provided residential and “day” support for persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Gary Strange MS, BCBA
Serves as the Vice President of Visions LLC. He has worked with persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities, brain injuries, dementia, mental health challenges and their support networks throughout his 25 year professional career.. He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). His past professional experience includes co-founding and Executive Director of an organization providing supports for persons with IDD. He has also been a member of a state-wide-training team for Person Centered Planning.
Regional Administrative Coordinator
Brittanie has worked in the field of developmental disabilities for more than ten years. She has an extensive background working with children & young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in school and home settings. Brittanie is the Visions West administrative point-person for referrals, billing inquiries, and other service related requests.
Tyson Lancaster, MEd
My name is Tyson Lancaster and I have a Master’s Degree in Special Education from the University of Oregon, as well as a Certificate with a focus on Autism. I have more than 10 years experience working in schools (private and public) and within the home & community settings writing FBAs and BSPs. The majority of individuals that I have worked with have been children to young adults (ages 3 to late 20’s) on the Autism Spectrum (ranging from high to low functioning). I have a strong background in ASD, as it correlates strongly to my degree and experience. The majority of my experience is in working with individuals with dual diagnosis, in addition to autism. I’m comfortable and experienced with a wide range of other diagnoses (i.e., hyper sexualized behaviors, general intellectual disability, co-morbid mental health diagnoses) all in a wide range of development (ages 3 to 90).
I am an Independent Oregon Intervention System (O.I.S.) trainer. Currently, I can write Protective Physical Intervention into plans for clients of Visions LLC and can provide training to staff working with the individual. I can also provide the two-day trainings to children and adult residential providers, foster care providers, brokerages, and direct support professionals.
Allison Holms, MA BCBA
Allison has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from UC Santa Barbara, and completed her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with a Certificate in Autism in May 2017 from Ball State University. She has over 10 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities, from age 2-90 with diagnoses varying from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Down Syndrome (DS), intellectual disability (ID), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), co-morbid mental health (MH) diagnoses, visual impairment, hearing impairment, Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and more. Allison has experience working in a variety of environments including family homes, youth and adult foster care, group homes, school and residential facilities. In 2014, Allison entered into the field of Behavior Consultation, where she has discovered a passion for helping decrease challenging behaviors and increase quality of life for a variety of clients and their caregivers.
Madeline Jaques, BA
Madeline Jaques has a Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation Services from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and is OIS trained. Maddy joined Visions in 2016 after six years of working with individuals with disabilities in vocational, recreational, and residential settings. Maddy has extensive experience working with individuals with Developmental Disabilities and has also worked at length with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Tourette’s Syndrome, Dementia/Alzeimers, Brain injuries and individuals who have Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Intellectual Disabilities. Maddy is passionate about making positive contributions to individual’s lives, well being and happiness.
Chelsea Wilkes, BA
Chelsea Wilkes has a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from Utah State University and is OIS trained. Chelsea joined Visions in 2016 after four years of working with individuals with disabilities in school and home settings. Chelsea has extensive experience working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and has also worked at length with individuals with Down Syndrome, Attention Deficient/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). Chelsea is passionate about helping individuals live full, productive, connected lives.
Casey Wheeler, BA
Casey has worked in the field of Developmental Disabilities for over eleven years. He has extensive experience working with children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in a school setting as well as in the home. He has worked with adults with intellectual disabilities (ID), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Down Syndrome (DS) and a variety of other mental health diagnoses. In 2017 Casey entered the field of Behavior Consultation with Visions where he continues his goal of helping decrease challenging behaviors and to help improve the client’s quality of life.
Shawna Crowley, BA
Shawna graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and is an ACCBO certified recovery mentor. She has five years of experience providing services for individuals living with Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Chemical Dependency, Intellectual Disabilities (ID), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and variety of mental health diagnoses. Shawna is passionate about providing support to individuals and their care providers through a collaborative, person-centered approach with the goal of improving quality of life.
In her free time Shawna enjoys lifting weights, exploring the mountains and lakes scattered across Oregon, spending time with her family, and volunteering as a mentor to young women struggling with chemical dependency.
Adam Holms, BA
Adam Holms has a Bachelors degree in Business and Psychology from Antioch University Santa Barbara CA. Specializing in APD (Aging/People with Disabilities) behavior support services he is passionate about creating an enjoyable life experience for elderly individuals that are struggling with behaviors and assimilating to their environment. With a focus on getting to know each individuals life circumstances from their work history to particular life experiences, concerns, losses, past hobbies, interests, and loved ones each Behavior Support Plan is custom created to give that individual an Activity Plan that helps nurture joy and restore balance while focusing on eliminating trouble behaviors.
Jenna Sant-Wing, MA, L-BCBA
Jenna has a Master’s degree in Professional Behavior Science from Florida Institute of Technology and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. With over 7 years’ experience in Applied Behavior Analysis, Jenna is experienced in adaptive recreation, as well as in vocational and intensive clinical intervention settings, developing skill acquisition programming and conducting functional behavior assessments. Jenna ensures that every plan is individualized to the client’s needs, preferences and skills in order to provide an opportunity for each person to maximize their independence in a meaningful way.
Natalie Perkins, MS, BCBA
Natalie has a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and completed her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis at Northeastern University in May 2017. She has a background in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) ages 2-10 in home and clinic settings. Natalie is passionate about collaborating with and training caregivers to facilitate generalization and to increase the quality of life for each individual. She meets individuals’ needs by creating person-centered plans and uses a team effort approach to provide the best possible support.
Chanel Green, BA
My name is Chanel and I have a passion for helping people. I graduated from Northwest Christian University with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. I have worked for the local public school district for 12+ years in various roles, including working with many students with autism and in the special education program. I have experience working with individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia. I find it very rewarding to assist in providing an increase in happiness to these individuals, as well as show care and support to their families and caregivers.
In my free time, I love to spend time with my family. I have been a volunteer coach for my son and daughter’s basketball and soccer teams. We love to be outside exploring, playing in the water or the snow.