After Megan obtained a BA in Communications from USC, teaching credentials from Cal State Long Beach, and her Master’s Degree in Special Education from Chapman University, she spent six years at Santa Ana Unified School District as an early childhood teacher specializing in children with Autism.
During this time, she also played a major role developing and implementing training programs geared for parents and their preschool-aged children with moderate to severe autism.
Through this experience, Megan developed a deep compassion for helping improve the emotional development of children with special needs. She saw firsthand the positive effect of creating and maintaining schedules and daily routines in promoting healthy living for all children.
In 2007, Megan and her husband Christopher were blessed with the birth of their first daughter, Elle. Then in 2009, their second daughter, Saylor, was born with an undiagnosed severe heart defect. Saylor underwent numerous heart surgeries and other procedures requiring over 400 days of hospitalization.
Having spent time with her daughter in the NICU, PICU, and Cardiac ICU, Megan and her husband realized the true importance of parents being a cohesive team and creating quality sleep patterns and schedules for all family members.