Jaclyn Allen is an Employment Specialist with VCU-RRTC. She received her Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Special and Sociological Education from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2009. Jaclyn previously worked at the Faison School for Autism as a Team Leader, where she taught students with autism spectrum disorders. While working at Faison, Jaclyn volunteered with Sibling Saturdays, a group for children that have siblings with autism spectrum disorder. Jaclyn is currently working towards her Masters in Counseling Education from Virginia Commonwealth University.
- Wehman, P., Schall, C., McDonough, J., Graham, C., Brooke, V., Riehle, E., Brooke, A., Ham, W., Lau, S., Allen, J. & Avellone, L. (2017). Effects of an employer-based intervention on employment outcomes for youth with significant support needs due to autism. Autism, 21(3), 276–290.
- Schall, C., Wehman, P., Brooke, V., Graham, C., McDonough, J., Brooke, A., Ham, W., Rounds, R., Lau, S. & Allen, J. (2015). Employment Interventions for Individuals with ASD: The Relative Efficacy of Supported Employment With or Without Prior Project SEARCH Training. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45(12), 3990–4001.