Dixie Riepl, Ed. D.

Dr. Riepl has taught Special Education  for twenty years , teaching children from PreK , child, youth, and adults with mild to severe disabilities.  She is a credentialed Florida teacher in both General Education and Exceptional Children.  She earned the Doctor of Education Degree with a specialty in Special Education at Nova Southeastern University.  She also has a B.S. Degree in Business/Marketing from San Diego State University and worked in finance and marketing  for ten years.  Years of experience in education includes teaching Special Education Foundation Courses and serving as a Student Teacher Field Supervisor for the University of Hawaii on Kauai.  Dr. Riepl also served as a Student Teacher Field Supervisor and Instructor at California State University, San Bernardino, CA.

Most recent experience includes working with infants and toddlers , ages 0 to 3 years of age, who are developmentally disabled with late talking and  at risk for autism and/or ADHD.  Dr. Riepl has completed all courses in the Graduate Applied Behavior Analysis Program at Florida Institute of Technology and completed the required supervision hours. She understands the value of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a valid treatment to help those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to  maximize their success in daily life.

Dr. Dixie Riepl  is Registered with Florida Vocational Rehabilitation  as a Provider with Autism Center for Development and Behavior for Employment Services. 

Ed Riepl, Ed. D.

Dr. Ed Riepl taught in the public schools in the San Diego, CA area for thirty years with most of that time  he taught Reading and Social Studies at the Middle School level.  He also served as the substitute administrator for the school.  
Upon retirement, he became the  University of Hawaii Lead Instructor for a Cohort of dual credentialed (General Education and Special Education) student teachers on Kauai.  He managed the program bringing in professors from the main campus in Honolulu as needed and taught several of the courses himself.  He also served as the Field Supervisor for the students in their general education student requirement.  Dr. Dixie Riepl, served as the Field Supervisor for the students in their Special Education student requirement.  He also taught education courses in California for National University and California State University San Bernardino.  

Dr. Riepl is a Credentialed Florida teacher and administrator.  He earned his Doctor of Education Degree with a specialty in Curriculum and Instruction at Nova Southeastern University.   He serves as  a director,  volunteer and supporter of Autism Center for Development and Behavior.