For over 15 years, Isaiah’s career has reflected his deep passion for helping others. As the director for several non-profit organizations, Isaiah has assisted families and individuals from an array of backgrounds, cultures, and environments. Isaiah’s work has included working directly with young children, adolescents, and adults on the Autism and Asperger spectrums to help achieve their personal goals. In 2016, Isaiah received a Masters Certified to further his ability to support families and individuals through coaching and training.
Isaiah founded Knotus in 2017 and is now devoted to working directly with those who may benefit from his insights and perspective on life. His goal for Knotus is to help build a stronger community of individuals that are empowered by their circumstances and seek to take advantage of all that life has to offer.
Jenny is a Developmental Specialist who has worked in Early Intervention (EI) for over 7 years. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Child Psychology from Bridgewater State University and is now committed to working collaboratively with families, guardians, teachers, and childcare providers in assessing children's developmental needs, deficiencies, and disabilities. Jenny has extensive experience working with specialty service programs for children with autism spectrum disorder, and facilitates families through the transition process for their children to enter the public school system. Jenny currently co-facilitates a music therapy playgroup for EI children and their families.
Jenny knew at an early age that she wanted to play a role in providing support and assistance for child growth and development. Jenny is the oldest out of thirteen siblings, and has been around children her entire life. Jenny has been blessed with two daughters who keep her grounded and centered. Her best friend and husband has been her support throughout her journey.