Our Mission

is to create for each child a more independent, effective, and improved quality of life. We are dedicated to helping children discover their unique potential, both socially and functionally. We have been and are guided by the principle that “the child’s needs and best interests come first.”


We Provide

Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children with:
Autism and other Pervasive Developmental Disorders Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Sensory Integration Disorders Related behavioral health issues


We’re Dedicated

to providing individualized Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children in Southern Indiana. We have a team of superior, well trained BCBAs, Behavior Clinicians, and Registered Behavior Technicians who will work with parents to ensure their child will learn and grow!

Meet Our Staff

Molly White

Molly White, MA, serves as one of our Behavior Clinicians. She started with Adaptive Community Support Service last year working with individuals who receive Indiana Medicaid Waiver services. Molly is a Louisville native and attended Western Kentucky University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. Molly says her favorite thing about working for Adaptive is spending one on one time with her clients and seeing each of them reach their own personal goals. In her spare time Molly enjoys traveling, spending time with her nieces and nephew, eating cheesecake, and practicing yoga.

Erin Horine

Erin Horine, M.A., joined the Adapt for Life team as a Behavior Clinician in February 2017. She graduated with her Master’s degree in Special Education from Ball State University in 2016. Go Cardinals! She and her husband are currently buying their first home, so their corgi-dog has more room to run around. Erin always come in to work with a smile on her face; seeing her clients learn new and exciting skills is why she loves her job so much! Her highest reinforcers are donuts, hugs, Big Red, and music.

John Nalley

John Nalley has been a Behavior Technician at Adapt for Life since July of 2016 and has been with Adaptive Nursing and Healthcare since February 2016. John lives in Louisville, Kentucky where he went to St. Xavier High and University of Louisville where he majored in Psychology. In his free time, John enjoys hiking, writing, and watching movies. John’s favorite things about working at Adapt for Life are learning everyday about ABA and watching his clients grow and progress through life.

O’mega Masden

O’mega Masden joined the Adapt for Life team because he thoroughly enjoys watching young people reach their full potential. O’mega mixes a background in working with children in mental health and coaching youth sports and activities from basketball to music. Having been an uncle since the age of two, O’mega was always surrounded by children. He credits the success he has enjoyed as a result directly to the support he was given growing up and believes that every child should the given an opportunity to grow, develop, and be successful.

Kaylee Nordhoff

Kaylee Nordhoff, Behavior Technician, joined Adapt for Life in May 2017. Kaylee enjoys spending most of her time with her little sisters and cousins, where her love of working with children started. Kaylee believes that providing excellent care and compassion will allow for any child to reach their potential. Kaylee has experience teaching high school and middle school aged kids music and loves to share the joy of music. Kaylee believes her young personality makes it easy for children to love her.

Morgan Coquerille

Morgan Coquerille, BA, joined Adapt for Life in April 2017 as a Behavior Technician. Morgan graduated from the University of Southern Indiana in 2014, with a degree in Psychology and minor in social work. She has always loved working with children and has had a passion for learning about the mind and human behaviors. She believes children are lights in this world and is excited to help make a difference in our children’s lives. 

Houston Keppinger

Houston Keppinger, BA, joined Adapt for Life as a Behavior Technician in May 2017. Houston received his Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with minors in both Human Resource Education and History from Louisiana State University in 2014. Houston is also a licensed Coast Guard Captain and a former volunteer firefighter. Houston has many years’ experience with the special needs population and is looking forward to turning that experience into a career.

McKenzie Prince

McKenzie Prince, BA, serves as a Behavior Technician at Adapt for Life. McKenzie received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in counseling from Bellarmine University in the fall of 2016. McKenzie has a strong passion for working with children, and a desire to help them grow and reach their full potential. She has been working in childcare for 4 years, during which she decided she wanted to make it a part of her career. McKenzie grew up in New Albany Indiana and still lives there today.

Katie Rajchel

Katie Rajchel joined Adapt for Life as a Behavior Technician in June 2017. Katie received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Bachelor of Art in Creative Writing in 2014 from St. Joseph’s College. Katie has been working with children with a variety of backgrounds and believes that compassion, dedication, and creativity will help any child reach their potential. Katie grew up in Henryville, Indiana and now resides in Jeffersonville.

Danielle Hall

Danielle Hall began working at Adapt for Life in August, 2017 as the Program Manager. She graduated in 2010 bachelor’s degree in adolescent education with a concentration in history, but found her passion working with children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. She has been in the field of ABA for 4 years and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with the goal of becoming a BCBA.

Jaclyn  Barr

Jaclyn Barr graduated with her BA in Psychology from Bellarmine University. She joined Adapt for Life as a behavior technician in December 2017 and is excited about developing an art program for teenage individuals at Adapt for Life. In her free time, Jaclyn enjoys reading and water color painting.

Payton Durbin

Payton Durbin joined Adapt For Life as a behavior technician in January 2018. She has previous experience working as a dental assistant and working as a direct support professional with young and older adults in the mental health field. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.

Adapt for Life, Center for ABA and Autism | 3216 Ballard Lane, New Albany, IN 47150
812-590-2157 | email: info@adaptforlifeindiana.com