BALTIMORE, MD and Elmhurst, IL: LEARN Behavioral, the leading network of providers serving children with autism and other special needs, announced the acquisition of Total Spectrum, with operations across Illinois, Northwest Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin, further expanding its provider network in the Midwest.
Brian Dacy, Co-Founder of Total Spectrum stated, “Total Spectrum has stood for high quality in-home and center-based ABA services. We are proud to grow and provide more services in communities that need us. Partnering with LEARN, opens us to expand our reach to further our mission.”
In combination with Autism Spectrum Therapies (AST) IL and MI and Wisconsin Early Autism Project (WEAP), LEARN now provides services throughout the Midwest. Justin Funches, President of LEARN’s autism provider network, continued, “Brian and his team share our commitment to providing exceptional clinical services and professional development of staff. We are excited to team up and continue the great work of Total Spectrum.”
About Total Spectrum
The mission at Total Spectrum is to use Applied Behavior Analysis to achieve an environment that allows the clients we serve to reach their maximum potential and highest level of independence. We work in partnership with families to achieve success for our clients through reducing challenging behavior and increasing skills important to their daily life. Our services are individualized and aimed to deliver maximum independence for every child we serve. www.totalspectrumcare.com.
About LEARN Behavioral
LEARN is the leading network of providers serving children with autism and other special needs. LEARN specializes in behavioral health treatment based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and is committed to providing programs and services that are family-focused, community minded, and delivered with the highest clinical integrity. The LEARN team delivers more than 1.5 million hours of services annually and is comprised of more than 3,000 passionate professionals dedicated to nurturing every child’s personal best. www.learnbehavioral.com.