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Hayden Loeb received her BS in Psychology from UNC Chapel Hill. During her undergraduate years, she worked with pediatric and adult patients with disabilities in UNC’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation clinics. Upon graduating, she served as a direct support professional for the residents of UNC TEACCH’s Carolina Living & Learning Center (CLLC). There, she founded the CLLC Volunteer Program, supporting activities of daily living for adults with ASD by connecting them with UNC students. Now, Hayden is a research assistant at TEACCH, contributing to a variety of community-based projects under the direction of Dr. Brianne Tomaszewski.