Meet The FillAble Team.  

As parents of kids on the Autism Spectrum we have seen a need for services with a focus on workplace training and migrating into the workplace, for young adults with autism and other disabilities.

We started FillAble to help young adults gain the confidence and skills they need to adapt from school to the workplace, alongside their peers. 

The basics of workplace etiquette and understanding expectations is fundamental to becoming and maintaining employment. For young adults with disabilities, this can be challenging. We believe that with adaptive programs, catered to the individual, we can help prepare these young adults, and employers for a success!




Aimee Henkel


Originally from California, Aimee worked in high profile retail management all over Orange County and LA for over 15 years with retailers like Guess and Luxottica. Aimee took her extensive retail experience to the E-commerce world where she runs operations for Keyport Inc, which ships to over 160 counties with distribution across many e-commerce platforms such as; Amazon, Walmart and many more.

With an 18-year-old daughter on the Autism Spectrum, diagnosed at 18 months old, she is a longtime advocate for Autism Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion. Aimee is married to Christopher Magnusen who has an extensive background in teaching and working with children and adults on the Autism Spectrum. As a hobby, Aimee enjoys the challenge of desert gardening and has become quite the aloe vera farmer. She has also recently become an extremely amateur Poker player. 




Married to Aimee Henkel for the last 20 years, Chris has lived in Las Vegas for 15 years. Originally from Southern California, he spent a good portion of his youth playing music - from symphonies to rock bands - playing everything from the French Horn to guitar, piano and drums.
Chris has spent many years working with children, adults and young adults, teaching music and perfecting his skills as an instructor. Most recently, he spent six years working for Sport Social (a unique facility specifically designed to teach children and young adults with special needs inclusive skills) as the Music Director, helping to grow the music program from a handful of students to dozens of students, adding and training a half dozen other music instructors. His daughter, Ella, who is on the Autism Spectrum, is his inspiration for all that he does in the Autism community.  

Lauren Beattie



From Las Vegas Lauren is a dedicated teacher and mom of three girls. She moved from being a general education teacher, to a special education teacher, to a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and continues to learn more to be able to her my students succeed. Lauren practices trauma-informed ABA as a direct-service solo practitioner BCBA with Behavior Evolution, LLC. Her happy place is seeing people be understood, whether that is through PECS, or an action, or a smile. When Lauren is not working or with her daughters, she enjoys reading, jogging, hiking, and listening to music.
"I am very grateful to be a part of the FillAble Family. It is truly an honor to serve this community." - Lauren Beattie


Clemencia Best


Clemencia Best is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in Las Vegas, Nevada. She received her Master's in Curriculum and Instruction: ABA program at Arizona State University in 2020. Clemencia has served the community since 2011. Initially pursuing a career in education, Clemencia worked with students with autism as a teaching assistant. At the New Horizons Center, she changed her career path and life. She has worked in various settings (e.g., clinic, school, home, community). Clemencia worked with a multidisciplinary team that helps individuals with autism, ages ranging from 3 to19 years old. She worked at Grant a Gift Autism Foundation as a vocational program manager to help individuals with autism develop vocational skills. Clemencia has gained experience in assessment procedures, social skills groups, vocational skill development, 1:1 therapy, and parent training. Clemencia is currently Program Manager at Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital, developing a special needs inpatient unit.