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Working with ChanceLight® Autism Services

Working with ChanceLight

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one in 68 children has been identified with an autism spectrum disorder.

ChanceLight® Autism Services (ChanceLight®), Inc., is a leading provider of home-, clinic- and school-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for children and young adults aged 20 months to 21 years with autism spectrum and related disorders.

ChanceLight® uses the principles and procedures of ABA to teach language, social, self-help, academic, daily living and life skills by working in close collaboration with parents and education professionals. For more than 10 years, ChanceLight® has offered intensive, research-based behavioral treatment that yields best outcomes for children.

ChanceLight® therapists and behavior analysts have the opportunity to work in an environment where ABA is practiced and valued. Individuals who join ChanceLight® can find an abundance of opportunity, professional growth and personal satisfaction.

Help Children Reach Their Full Potential

ChanceLight® employees have a special passion for working with children who have an autism spectrum disorder. They love knowing they make a real difference in the lives of children and their families.

One-on-one teaching allows ChanceLight® employees to provide individualized services and develop meaningful relationships with clients. ChanceLight® employees take the time to understand family dynamics in order to provide families with the opportunities and resources that they need. Treatment plans are customized to meet the specific needs of each child and ChanceLight® employees work to ensure each child reaches his or her full potential.

ChanceLight® employees inspire and guide families with hands-on support, education and training throughout the growth and development of a child with autism. ChanceLight® employees know they make an impact, from the time a diagnosis is received through raising a child on the spectrum.

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