Kevin Cook began working for individuals with special needs while obtaining his Bachelor's degree in Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Upon graduation, he began serving as the Behavior Analyst for an ICF-MR in Greensboro. In this capacity, he worked with direct care staff and the clinical support staff to ensure accurate documentation of target behaviors and staff compliance with individual consumer behavioral guidelines. While serving as the QP for day supports, Kevin developed community connections with various local organizations that facilitated the normalization process and enhanced the quality of life for the people he served.
Kevin worked with advocacy organizations and gave his support to learning programs and activities that created more independence and decision making for individuals with disabilities. As Director of Supported Employment, Kevin assisted 55 individuals with disabilities find long term employment and established long lasting partnerships with The North Carolina Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and local employers. Kevin looks forward to working with Cape Fear and continuing to assist individuals with disabilities achieve vocational success.