Ms. Jones is born in Marion, Indiana to J. Bertrand and Audrey May Ewer.
Ms. Jones receives a Bachelor of Science from Indiana University.
Ms. Jones becomes a first grade teacher for Marion School Systems.
Ms. Jones becomes a contract substitute teacher for the San Bernardino City Unified School District in California.
Ms. Jones serves as a teacher of at-risk first graders for the Decatur Township School System (now MSD of Decatur Township) in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Ms. Jones receives a Master of Science in special education from Indiana University.
Ms. Jones becomes director of the university preschool at Butler University, as well as evening division lecturer in early childhood education at the University of Indianapolis.
Ms. Jones studies postgraduate courses in school psychology at Butler University.
Ms. Jones serves as a psychologist at Princeton University in the Psychology Department for research assessing teens incarcerated for learning disabilities in Indianapolis, Indiana. She then becomes a psychologist for Monroe County Community School Corporation in Bloomington, Indiana.
Ms. Jones receives a Master of Science in school psychology from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
Ms. Jones studies postgraduate courses in occupational therapy at the University of Indianapolis.
Ms. Jones receives awards in photography, sculpture, watercolor landscape art, fiber art and traditional quilts.
Ms. Jones presents her research at the Dean’s OT Research Conference. She also presents at the conference the following year.
Ms. Jones presents her research at the National OT Conference in Seattle, Washington.
Ms. Jones becomes an occupational therapist in the Skilled Care Unit of Independent Rehab Association in Evansville, Indiana.
Ms. Jones becomes an occupational therapist, teacher and psychologist as a disability analyst at Fellows, Inc.
Ms. Jones becomes a therapist for the blind with First Steps, an early intervention of the Federal Disability Act at the Hadley School for the Blind at Butler University.
Ms. Jones volunteers as a preschool therapist for children with autism and children of drug-addicted parents.
Ms. Jones volunteers in horse therapy with Agape Therapeutic Riding.
Ms. Jones volunteers as a preschool therapist for children for the Well Spring Association, helping homeless families