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Omaha: New ABA center; 5 state provider; "need for services grows"

Oct 17, 2023, Ein News Desk: Lighthouse Autism Center Announces Expansion of ABA Services in Nebraska

Lighthouse Autism Center, a leading provider of center-based, Applied Behavior Analysis ("ABA") therapy, today announced a new center location in Omaha, NE. Lighthouse Autism Center is currently the largest ABA provider in Indiana with a network of locations across Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Iowa. Omaha Autism Center will be Lighthouse’s first center to open in the state of Nebraska. The Omaha center is slated to open early 2024 and will provide autism services to 25 families and create over 35 new jobs in the area.

Autism spectrum disorder is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders, with approximately 1 in 36 children in the U.S. being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As the need for services grows, Lighthouse Autism Center continues to pursue its mission of bringing the highest quality autism therapy to communities that need them.

Lighthouse Autism Center services will bring ABA Therapy, Speech Therapy, Lighthouse Fusion® Therapy, Autism Diagnostic Testing, Virtual Parent Training, Pre-academic Learning, and much more to the Omaha, Nebraska community!...

Headquartered in Mishawaka, Indiana, Lighthouse was founded in 2012 by the parents of a child with autism.  Over the past eleven years, Lighthouse has grown into a leading center-based ABA therapy provider for children on the autism spectrum, with a network of centers across Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, and Iowa. Lighthouse Autism Center believes that each child has unique and unlimited potential and is committed to bringing together compassionate care and clinical excellence to unlock that potential..

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What about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) now also affecting children? ASDs and severe, painful GI disorders supposedly have nothing to do with each other (according to govt controlled media by both parties). I have suffered PANDAS and extreme gastrointestinal issues as a child so severe I never attended any high school at all and was pulled out of middle school. My childhood's been robbed from me. And I'm not a right winger nor a DJT supporter but seeing IBS and PANDAS be normalised enrages me to no end.

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