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Your Life ABA is here to support your family and help your child with autism spectrum or other disabilities. We offer our ABA therapeutic services in a variety of formats with the aim of helping children and families find support where, when, and how best fits their schedule. Here are some of the ways in which your child can receive services.

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After-School Clinics

Many of our clients get great support during the school day, but their needs don’t end when the final bell rings. Our clinics are often each evening to provide easy scheduling and access to therapy for families.

Daytime Clinic Programs

Whether your child has not yet reached school age, or their abilities and goals lie outside of a traditional classroom setting, several of our facilities offer daytime clinic programs that provide necessary therapy during traditional school hours.

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We’re all used to a connected, digital world. We’re excited that our services need not be delivered solely in a clinic setting for families that find telehealth convenient and appropriate.

Parent Training

As a part of our other services, or as a stand-alone offering, we work with parents and caregivers to help understand the needs of a child and best practices in meeting those needs.

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