Victoria Sobrino-Sanchez, M.S., B.C.B.A
Mrs. Sobrino-Sanchez is the founder and president of Connecting the Puzzle, LLC.
She began her studies at Moscow State Pedagogical University in 1986 where she successfully obtained a Masters degree in Special Education and Speech-Language Pathology with a specialization in the Mentally Handicapped.  She has completed her second Master of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling with advanced concentration in Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) from Nova Southeastern University in 2007. 

Mrs.  Sobrino-Sanchez has worked with a wide variety of individuals including young children and adults with autism spectrum disorder, dual diagnoses, mental handicaps, as well as typically developing children for over 23 years. Her extensive work experience consists of a variety of settings: developmental centers, private homes and schools. Mrs. Sobrino-Sanchez has conducted trainings for parents, paraprofessionals and teachers in behavior management. She has also consulted in the development and assessment of programs and curriculum. Mrs. Sobrino-Sanchez presented a poster at the Applied Behavior Analysis Convention in Atlanta, May 2006 and was published in the International Journal of Special Education.


Adele Villalon is a teacher and a proud mother of 2 beautiful girls. She completed her Associates Degree and is in the process of completing her Bachelors degree in education. She spent the last 15 years as a pre-school teacher and specializes in instruction to children with autism. She is very organized and pays great attention to detail. With her extensive experience as a teacher she has learned how to adjust her teaching methods to reach each individual child. She has been a certified lifeguard, swim instructor and has taught dance classes for the last 10 years. She incorporates these techniques as part of her therapy. She is passionate about helping kids learn and grow, both academically and physically.