Irma Antillon


Hello, my name is Irma. I’m a proud Hispanic woman who was raised by both of my wonderful parents. I am the youngest of five siblings. Growing up, we always valued family, and family still means everything to me. I dreamt about working with families. 

In 2010 I received by Associates Degree in Early Childhood Development. After working in the transportation field, with my education in tow, I started working with families involved with the Department of Child Safety. 

Currently, I am a Family Support Aide, in the Parent Aide program. I assist with educating families on parenting and coping skills. I am living my dream daily. Se habla español. 

Irma Antillon, Family Support Aide

Parent Aide Program

Supervisor: Jacqueline Everett 

Wendy Cassavaugh

Wendy is a  Family Support Aide, in the Parent Aide program. Additionally,  she serves as a Camp 1 Promise Coordinator. Wendy's call to care began when she was young and grew with her into adulthood. This calling led her to work with children, the elderly, domestic and sexual assault survivors, those in the life to death transition and the families connected to the individuals she served. She dedicated a year of her life to AmeriCorps, serving as a VISTA, Volunteer In Service to America. In this arena, she experienced a different type of crisis; hunger and homelessness.

With 25 years of personal and professional experience in the human services field, she realized, regardless of the professional hat she wore, people found it easy to talk to her on a personal level. She attributes this honor to her own growth and development that manifested through a lifetime of diverse personal and professional experiences. 

At age 42 and with the heart of a "lifelong learner" Wendy returned to college earning her title of Holistic Wellness Practitioner as well as a degree in Mind-Body Transformational Psychology. With belief and trust in her own inner-knowing she followed her chosen educational path and created Full Reflections Wellness LLC, a Holistic Wellness Practice. Utilizing her professional modalities, Wendy specializes in Positive Psychology, Stress Management and Personal Empowerment.  

Wendy's favorite part of her Parent Aide position is supporting and empowering the families she serves. "We set goals and we continue to work toward those goals; It's never a straight path to success. It's a path that require flexibility, non-judgment, realistic expectation and gentle encouragement."

Although Wendy is proud of her educational and professional achievements and the work she does on behalf of others, the most rewarding and beloved part of her journey is the one she's on with her 3 grown daughters and 7 grandchildren, 1 little boy and 6 little girls! Thankful!

Wendy Cassavaugh, Family Support Aide

Parent Aide Program

Supervisor: Jacqueline Everett