We would like to say “Thank You” for all that you do with our little buddy Aidan. We’ve seen so much progress since has started at Lighthouse that it is hard for us to mention everything. The first thing is that he loves going to Lighthouse, and loves his therapists, although he will occasionally feign an illness to stay home. This was not the case with public school. Everyday was a battle to get him to school. We are so thankful that we learned of the center when we did.(read more)
Fishers Autism Treatment Center
Lighthouse Autism Center in Fishers, Indiana, is the region’s leading provider of intensive, center-based applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy. Our Fishers center location is part of our Access Region of centers, a unique group of centers that specialize in fusing ABA therapy with the proven practices of speech, language and social therapies. Led by a team of highly trained and passionate individuals, our centers have a long history of helping children with autism reach their goals.
Our ABA center in Fishers is a cutting-edge facility, where children with autism thrive with the support of customized therapy programs. Each child’s ABA therapy program is overseen by experienced Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and focuses on helping children with autism refine vocal, listening, social and life skills, as well as preschool-readiness. Our team will also work with your child to decrease socially significant problem behaviors.
If you’d like to learn more about our ABA services and how ABA therapy can help your child, contact our Family Outreach Coordinator to learn more and schedule a tour of our autism treatment center in Fishers.
We've Been Where You Are
Owned and Operated by Parents of a Child with Autism
The founders of Lighthouse Autism Center, Gregg and Sandy Maggioli, understand the importance of autism therapy services. Their son, Victor, was diagnosed with autism in 2003. As parents of a child with autism, they understand firsthand the struggles and triumphs that come with raising a child with autism.
Award Winning Management
Recognized by the Autism Society of Indiana
Until 2012, the parents who founded and operate Lighthouse Autism Center held a variety of leadership positions at an ABA center in Carmel, Indiana. In 2011, that same center received the Excellence in Direct Care Award from the Autism Society of Indiana.
Benefits of Coming to Our ABA Center
Lighthouse is the only center of its kind in this area. Coming to our facility means gaining the best in quality, intensive autism treatment from a group of skilled, passionate professionals.
Our clinical team brings a wide range of experience with autism spectrum disorders: each individual holds the minimum of a master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis, special education or clinical psychology.
Our BCBAs conduct thorough assessments of each child to design individualized therapy plans that structure each day to provide organic and planned learning opportunities. We positively reinforce appropriate behaviors and strive to make learning fun.
At the same time, we understand we’re only part of the puzzle and have designed our operations to be parent-focused, catered to children and the families from which they come. That’s why we offer training to parents, caregivers and family members — so that therapies can be reinforced at home and yield the best possible outcomes.
Since enrolling, Morgyn is beginning to make the 180 degree turn we never thought was possible. She is making great strides because of our LAC family. Each and everyone of you who work with Morgyn is the reason. To us we see you as Autism Angels. We see people who care. We see people who know this as a career, not a job. We see compassion in everyone of you in your unwavering dedication to help. Most importantly we see Morgyn being treated as more, much more, than a statistic.(read more)
The biggest thing I have noticed is that Lighthouse has taught him how to be so much more patient with himself, and to keep trying. A year ago he couldn’t play a video game for 30 seconds without getting frustrated and giving up , always wanting someone else to do it for him. Now when we play Mario, he tries over and over again to jump on something until he gets it, so impressive! They are teaching him to think outside of the box, if you can’t get something to work one way, try it another way(read more)
9 months ago we dropped Ethan off for his first day. We had no idea what to expect. Ethan didn’t interact much. We were all frustrated and lost.
Fast forward these short months and WOW! Ethan is a completely different kid! He expresses what he wants! He plays with his brothers and sister. He even looks for which sibling he wants! (Each one has something different to offer him). He calls for “da” and says “mama”.
Everyday we waited to hear from the school that we had to come get our son because they were not equipped to handle him. In fact, I use to take my cellphone in to sales calls because I needed to be available to go get him at a moments notice.
The piece of mind I now take for granted, to an extent, when I drop him off is a true godsend. Everyone their seems genuinely interested in my son and his successes.
I cant say enough for what your staff has done for our son myself and his mother!
Lighthouse has changed his world, opened him up and in turn has improved all of our lives! We are beyond blessed by this opportunity and I thank each and every person we’ve meet and worked with! Without Lighthouse and this EXTRAORDINARY program, my little boy would still be locked into silence and frustration. Words cannot express my gratitude, but know that you’ve all been the answer to my prayers!(read more)
Ally did something amazing this weekend! Yesterday morning she woke up and said “Mommy what day is it” with a huge grin on her face. I told her it was Sunday and she said, “No Mommy, what other day is it….it’s your day!” She remembered on her own. Robert was really sick all weekend and neither of us had talked to her about it being Mother’s day. She told me she was going to put on a show for me. She has never done this before.(read more)
Through the efforts of everyone there, he is very comfortable with Lighthouse. He makes comments, but it is more like the grumblings of being made to do something he really enjoys, but doesn’t want to admit. He talks about various people he knows from Lighthouse and you can tell that they are very important to him. It’s great that he has such a wide variety of people who work with him. And we want you all to know how much we appreciate the time that you spend to improve Nick’s skills and his life overall.(read more)
LAC has brought to our lives new inspiration. Two years ago, on December 3rd, Lexi began her journey with your team. I was nervous, excited, scared, and hopeful all at the same time. Every question I had about our choice to bring her to you was running wild through my thoughts: Would you understand her? Could you help her grow? Would you recognize her hidden intelligence? Would she be accepted? Would the staff love her and care for her the way we had always envisioned?
Every response is a resounding “YES!”
Thank you so much for all you have done and continue to do for Hunter. You not only fight for your own kid but for ours too! Whether he gets cut next time or the time after that, I could never thank you enough for what you guys have done for our family. I am ready for whatever plans we can try for next time, just let me know what to do. I will continue to fight till there are no more options! Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart!(read more)
*These testimonials were not solicited by Lighthouse Autism Center.
Story of Success: Quin
- Lacked ability to follow directions
- Refused to communicate what he wanted
- Refused to answer questions when asked
- He has mastered 1, 2 and 3 step instructions
- He now communicate his wants and needs
- Quin now independently answers questions without refusal