Lighthouse Autism Center: The “Disneyland” Effect

At Lighthouse Autism Centers, we pride ourselves on providing top-quality ABA therapy services. Not only does this mean providing the very best therapy for children who attend the center, but also, providing the best possible experience for the entire family – an idea we like to refer to as the “Disneyland Effect.”

The “Disneyland Effect,” is the idea that from the moment you enter Lighthouse, the entire family will be receiving a first-class therapy experience. Each center is cleaned and sanitized multiple times daily. Each center is safe requiring visitors to have a key fob for access. Parents are also able to access the centers at any time. Centers are brightly decorated, warm, and welcoming. And, most importantly, Lighthouse only hires the most qualified staff to provide ABA services to its kiddos. Each therapist has a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, special education, or a related field. The program managers who oversee each child’s therapy program are board certified behavior analysts with a master’s degree in ABA therapy. This combination of world-class centers and the very best staff creates the “Disneyland Effect” allowing Lighthouse to offer the very best in ABA therapy to children and families in northern Indiana.

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