New Clinical Leaders at BAS
September 12, 2012
The Bureau of Autism Services (BAS), Office of Developmental Programs, has announced the appointment of Dr. Stacy Nonnemacher as clinical director. Dr. Nonnemacher has worked in the disability field for over 15 years. She has supported individuals in home, work, community, and school settings, with a special interest in positive behavior support and fostering self-determination. Nonnemacher has conducted applied research and trainings. In prior work at BAS she participated in the crafting of the Adult Community Autism Program, the adult autism waiver, and served as clinical lead for the waiver.
BAS also announced that Pamela Treadway, MEd, will assume responsibilities as senior clinical consultant for the bureau. Treadway has worked in the disabilities field for 33 years in home and community settings. She holds a master’s degree in special education from Lehigh University and has worked with adults and children with autism, intellectual disability, and emotional and behavioral disabilities in residential, vocational, and behavioral health services. Treadway had been a clinical consultant with the bureau for the past five years.