Collaboration and partnership have been at the core of our organization since it started in 2009. Now, in a move that will boost clinical resources and training and growth opportunities, BACA is teaming up with LEARN Behavioral, an organization that specializes in using evidence-based, contemporary ABA therapy to nurture the potential of children with autism nationwide.
The move comes after close consideration and brings significant advantages to BACA’s clinical team and, most importantly, the families and children we serve.
“We were approached by a variety of potential suitors, but only LEARN Behavioral shared our commitment and capability to provide the highest quality care to our patients, as well as the willingness to invest in the clinical staff who render that care,” says Carl Sundberg, BACA’s co-founder and Chief Clinician and President. “The people who matter so very much to us couldn’t be in better hands.”
While BACA will continue to operate under its current brand, LEARN Behavioral will make substantial investments in our clinical staff, while providing ongoing training that incorporates the latest research in the field of behavioral analysis.
Families and children served by BACA will continue to receive the convenience and familiarity of local services, while benefitting from the advantages of a passionate, dedicated team at the forefront of autism treatment. With more than 30 doctoral-level clinicians, 450 behavior analysts, and 3,700 behavior technicians, LEARN treats more than 5,000 children across 15 states and the District of Columbia. The organization’s more than 25 years of experience in autism treatment and research make it an ideal match for BACA, whose co-founders and team are committed to clinical excellence and made impressive contributions to the field of behavior analysis.
“We’re excited to welcome the talented staff at BACA to our team and to continue the pioneering work of BACA’s co-founders, Carl and Devon Sundberg, to provide exceptional ABA services to the Indiana community,” says Justin Funches, President of Autism Services at LEARN Behavioral. “We look forward to investing in the professional growth of the team and leveraging their deep clinical expertise across our organization.”
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