Since 2001, Rose has worked with a wide variety of learners including students on the Autism Spectrum, those with diagnoses including ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning challenges, as well as the gifted and Twice Exceptional (2E) populations. Her clients range in age from 4 through adulthood. She holds a Master's Degree in Linguistics with an emphasis in Communication Disorders, has completed programs such as Mel Levine's All Kinds of Minds Clinical Practicum , and various trainings through the Association of Educational Therapists. As both an educator and as a parent, her empathy toward her clients and their families, as well as her ability to understand and value each person's unique learning style, while guiding each student toward success, form the cornerstone for her effectiveness. Currently, Rose works as the Director of Student Support/Learning Resource Specialist for a private school in the Greater Los Angeles Area.