ABA for Teens

Did you know that your child can attend public school through the age of 21? In addition, starting by age 16, it is required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA) that transition out of high school planning become a formal part of a student’s IEP. An Individualized Transition Plan (ITP) should be developed that outlines transition services that may include educational or vocational training, employment, living arrangements and community participation. Autism services using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) can assist your child with attaining these goals.

ABA for Adults

Life Strategies provides continued support for individuals with autism after high school. Services focus on living independently and job related issues.

Also, Life Strategies provides help to college students living with Aspergers/HFA (High Functioning Autism). Autism services can include meeting with students to address personal and academic goals. Topics include developing study skills, coordinating busy college requirements, teaching organizational skills, and counseling services to assist with social and academic pressures. Contact us for more information.

Autism Services

Life Strategies is here to provide specialized therapy services for individuals with Asperger’s/Autism and their families throughout the lifespan. There are several unique issues that adolescence brings to teens with autism. Life Strategies can assist with coping with puberty, dealing with teenage emotions, sexuality, appropriate relationships, dating, and friendships. In addition, Life Strategies counselors help teenagers prepare for life after high school.