Our Autism and Behavior Services consist of an interdisciplinary team of clinicians, including licensed psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, board-certified behavior analysts and registered behavior technicians, who provide diagnostic and behavior intervention services for those with autism.
Our goal is to provide client centered, family focused services to those who need this service. Since 2012, we have been offering autism and behavior services for families with children who range in age from toddlers to young adults. Our staff members go above and beyond to serve our families and we partner with them to provide services that meet individual family goals.
Who Benefits from Autism and Behavior Services
We know that families and individuals who are living with autism benefit from this program. In a broader sense, we also know that central Indiana benefits from our ability to provide resources and assistance to schools, families, businesses, partner organizations and the community as a whole.
How Families Access this Service
Diagnostic appointments must be referred by a physician. Individuals who participate in ABA services must have diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. Individuals interested in services can reach out to our admissions specialist regarding services. Our services are not limited to individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
What Makes this Program Unique in our Community
Easterseals Crossroads has the unique ability to offer a variety of services within the agency. Families who use our autism services often find that their child might benefit from speech, occupational or physical therapy. Our ability to offer services that cross disciplines can be extremely beneficial to our families who need multiple services.
“Our interdisciplinary team of autism experts are here to provide services that are individualized and collaborative in order to best serve our consumers. We hope to create a safe and supportive environment that also feels like home to our consumers,” said program director Karrie Veteto.