Jose Ramirez is the Data Entry Coordinator for the Service Coordination Department at McCarton Center Bronx. His main role for McCarton is to maintain the data of all our children in our Provider Soft system. He is also responsible in keeping our digital files up to date.
Mr. Ramirez has a Bachelor's Degree in Science through the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, Santiago, Dominican Republic, and spent 2 years in Germany and Spain studying abroad.
He has worked in the Early Intervention program for over 13 years, with Saint Mary's Children Hospital and other agencies.
Mr Ramirez is one of the most professional workers in this industry. He brings passion,dedication, and a high level of responsibility that will allow McCarton to produce data information to a different level and a high standard.
Darlene Perez is the staffing coordinator at McCarton Center Bronx. Her main role is to work hand in hand with service coordinators to staff home-based early intervention services in the home with skilled and licensed providers.
Darlene has worked in early intervention for over 7 years. She began working at New York Center for Infants and Toddlers as a Teacher's assistant in the classroom. Darlene moved on to the administrative side as a mental health program assistant and an Intake assistant.
Darlene is proud to work in a field that is meaningful and life changing. She believes every child is unique and our main purpose here at McCarton is not only to teach our children but also teach the families and those in our community.
Daniela Messina is an at home special instructor / ABA therapist with McCarton. She travels to various locations throughout the Bronx providing home services for children with disabilities and their families.
Daniela has a dual master degree in Education and Special Education. She has worked with children for over 15 years and has 5 different teaching certificates including one for special education birth-2nd grade. She began teaching in NYC public schools in 2005 and moved on to early intervention in 2016.
Daniela works hard to help children reach their full potential while also working closely with families to provide the individual support they need to help their child grow and develop.
Rosa Perez is a teacher’s assistant with McCarton Center Bronx. She has worked as an Early intervention in Scaresdale, NY. In addition. She also worked as an ABA therapist homebase. Rosa believes in the McCarton statement because she has firsthand experience with the great work early intervention and ABA accomplishes. Her son was diagnosed at 2 years old, and received full services. He is now 4 and he has improved tremendously in his speech, cognitive skills, and social life. That's why there is no doubt that if children get access to treatment and education they need, they can meet their full potential.
Rosanny Minaya is a 1:1 ABA classroom assistant at Mccarton Center Bronx. Her main role is observe a child’s behavior and ability to do certain skills, teach unmastered skills, and record data on the child’s skills.
She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Mercy College located in New York. This is her first experience working with children within the developmental disability population. she has at over four years of experience working with children in daycare center setting, summer camps, and after school programs.
Rosanny sees potential in all the children in this program. Nothing makes me happier than to know she can make a positive impact in the child and families lives.
Diana Reinoso is currently an ABA 1/1 Aide at McCarton Center Bronx. Her main role is to assist and help early interventional children gain full potential of areas or goals most are not capable of doing on their own yet.
Diana has a Bachelor's Degree in English with a Creative Writing Concentration and has a Minor in Early Childhood Education. She has many certifications by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, the Bureau of Early Intervention, the Early Care and Education Setting and lastly a certification in ABA plus. She is currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education with a future Special Education Extension. She began her experience 4 years ago, volunteering in different schools as a Teacher Assistant, covering teacher's, creating lessons and activities for children with need and no need.
Nevertheless, Diana believes in the McCarton mission because she believes becoming a part off and being a witness of these children enrichment will only satisfy her passion for what she loves doing. She feels pleased to be a part of the help and guidance these different families and children need.
James A Darrell
James A Darrell is a 1:1 Aide at McCarton Center Bronx. His main role is to provide, guide, and assist with a early intervention student on a 1:1 basis. He currently attends Monroe College, enrolled in the Bachelor Degree program studying Human Services. In the Summer, he will be attending Westchester Community College studying Early Childhood Education. He has worked with children from all ages for 16 years and will continue in this field. James is passionate on providing services at McCarton Bronx and being a positive role model in the children lives.
Clara Angelucci is a classroom assistant at McCarton Center Bronx. She has over 10 years experience working with children of all ages. She is the mother of 3 handsome boys and has had a passion for working with children since the very first day I set eyes on my first born child who later was diagnosed with autism. All the things a Parent may fear when they hear those words for the very first time is indescribable. She learned over the years that with patience, consistency, encouragement and dedication anything is possible! The days and nights I prayed that my son would talk and live a normal life that I too would be able to experience the milestones most parents do. She believes there is no greater feeling as a parent to know there is a team of people that want the best for your child. Now in return, she wants nothing more than to give back to those families by working side by side with the McCarton foundation to guide these children into a world of success and endless opportunity!