ONE in 68 children have an autism diagnosis.
Autism is a lifelong, complex neurobiological disorder that affects communication, social and sensory-processing development—it currently affects ONE in 68 children in the United States.
With early diagnosis, intervention and consistent application of behavioral techniques, children with autism can be successful at school, at home and in the community.
We have a team of autism experts who are focused on supporting individuals and families throughout their lives. We provide families with real-time answers to the ever-changing and complex challenges that autism presents through one service-centered organization.
It is our goal to build a support system focused on serving children and adults with autism and their families. For more information about living with autism, visit here.
We invite our community—extended family, volunteers, donors, legislators, the media, community leaders and anyone else with an interest in forever changing the lives of those with autism—to join us today!
Our Autism Services professionals use the latest treatment methods available to provide effective services, which are based on the methods of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). To date, ABA-based services offer the most effective, evidence-based treatment strategy.
Our offices around the state provide many services for the treatment of the individual, and to support his or her family, including:
Click on a service above to learn more about it and which of our offices offer that service. To find the office that offers services in your area and see what services it provides, visit our Find Help page.