Providing a Full Range of Services for Autism
Because You Don’t Have to Do It Alone
Contemporary applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy is at the core of everything we do. Depending on your needs and location, our services can take place in your home, community, at one of our Learning Centers, or in partnership with a school or preschool. A board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) oversees your child’s treatment plan, while a highly-trained behavior technician (BT) works one-on-one with your child to administer services.
Our goals are straightforward: to help your child build essential skills—and lead a happy, fulfilling life.
Our Culture Makes a Difference
Culture matters at LEARN—and infiltrates every service we offer, every team member we hire, and every organization with whom we partner.
|We know we’re not all the same and value diversity, equity, and inclusion.|
|We put families first and consider you a core partner in your child’s treatment.|
|We stay actively involved in science and research—and never stop learning.|
Multiple Service Locations—in Your Community and Across the Country
Life can be stressful—we hear you. And every child with autism is different. That’s why we offer services in multiple places, from your home and community to your child’s school and our Learning Centers. Your child may benefit from treatment in one place more than another.
We start by assessing your child to determine the right fit. As your child grows older, your treatment location may change—and that’s expected. After all, just as your child evolves, their service needs evolve, too.
We provide behavioral support to individual students with autism, teachers, and schools. Through LEARN Academy, we also offer customized educational solutions for kids and teens with special needs.
We make learning playful for your fun-loving toddler, providing one-on-one therapy in the comfort of your home, childcare location, or community.
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