Autism ABA Therapy Indiana: Lake, La Porte, Porter, St. Joeseph Counties

In-Home &


ABA Therapy

Autism ABA Therapy

Early screening is helpful and obtaining an early diagnosis is important. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that “developmental surveillance should be a component of every preventive care visit.”

Life Strategies specializes in ABA Therapy for children and adolescents living with autism, including high functioning autism (HFA), sometimes referred to as Asperger’s, a more “mild” presentation of autism. We provide quality ABA to children across the autism spectrum and each child or adolescent is unique in the type of ABA programming most beneficial for them. Experienced therapists provide behavioral therapy to improve child conduct concerns, and help to improve relational and social skills. In-home and center-based ABA programs are supervised by a team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).

Life Strategies ABA Programs:

  1. Blooming Potential Early Intervention Program (ages 2.5 – 7)
  2. Full-Time ABA Program (2.5 – late teen years)
  3. Part-Time ABA Program (available as recommended, all ages)
  4. After School ABA Program (school age)

ABA can occur in-home or in one of our centers, or a combination of both. Life Strategies’s Blooming Potential Autism & Learning Centers are located in Chesterton, Schererville, and South Bend, Indiana.

Please contact us for more information.

ABA Insurance Coverage for Autism

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has been researched for decades using sound scientific methodology. Because of the peer-reviewed scientific rigor of the research, ABA is covered by insurance in many cases. If insurance does not cover a specific autism treatment, it may be because the research for that treatment is lacking in evidence that it is effective. Please let us know if you have questions related to evidence-based autism treatment.

ABA Research for Autism

ABA, for decades, has been shown to be a proven, evidence-based program. Organizations such as the National Autism Center continue to state that ABA is an “evidence-based intervention.” Others such as the U.S. Surgeon General, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the New York State Health Department, and Autism Speaks continue to support the efficacy of ABA.

ABA Experience since 2011: In-Home and Center-Based

Life Strategies is accredited by the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE)