Hope For Three is honored to introduce our November Autism Superhero, Rachael Bradley!
Rachael and her husband, Mike, have two sons, Landon, age XXX and Emmett, age xxx. Spending time together and meeting the individual needs of each son is something these dedicated parents strive for every day. Movie nights, board games, and playing outside are a few of the family fun activities they enjoy.
Rachael’s superpower is teaching! Her career path led her to be a general education teacher, but when Landon was diagnosed with autism at age three, she wanted to support him and directly work with him at home. She quickly changed courses and began volunteering to become a Registered Behavior Technician. Now, Rachael is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She consistently advocates for families to receive appropriate care and treatment.
Landon, alongside mom, has started a small business of scented goods, such as soaps, pillows, and candles. Landon mixes the ingredients and adds the scents while Rachael handles the hot products. Their appropriately named home-based business, “Sensory Scents,” can be found in their shop at Facebook.com/llsensoryscents.
Rachael has learned the importance of patience and kindness through her journey with her firstborn son, Landon. “To this day, I thank God for guiding me through this journey and allowing me to help families with all their goals.”
Rachael credits her grandparents for instilling good values in her upbringing and tries to honor them in all her choices and endeavors.