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ABA Therapy Providers in San Antonio Area

Please click the following to see resource list of ABA therapy providers. Feel free to call as many as needed to coordinate best schedule, and therapeutic goals as recommended by your provider.

ABA Therapy Providers in San Antonio Area

The Arc of San Antonio

The Arc of San Antonio

http://www.arc-sa.org/pages/about-us/

The Arc of San Antonio was founded to create a network of support and services for their children with special needs.  Throughout our history, The Arc has responded to the changing needs in our community by developing programs and partnerships that address the most critical issues facing people living with disabilities.   Today, The Arc offers one of the largest continuum of services for children and adults with a broad range of developmental abilities.

We play a distinctive role among social service providers in San Antonio.  Each year our case manager and support services connect over 1,200 children, adults and families to a wide range of resources for people with disabilities.  The Arc serves as a gateway to community services for many individuals and families seeking assistance for the first time. We provide a continuing source of information, referral and support during times of transition or crisis

The Arc has two locations in San Antonio (13430 West Avenue, 78216, phone #  (210) 490-4300) and (6530 Wurzbach Road, 78240, phone # (210) 682-4200).  Each location offers extended hours for our childcare and day habitation for adults. We serve over 300 children and adults each day.

Autism Community Network

Local nonprofit organization focused on early recognition, diagnosis, and management of autism spectrum disorder. They provide education and training to families touched by autism. They help form community networks to connect you to relevant services and resources.

4242 Woodcock Dr #101, San Antonio, TX 78228

(210) 435-1000

https://www.acn-sa.org/

Autism Lifeline Links

Autism Lifeline Links is focused on helping individuals, families and professionals within the autism community in Bexar County and surrounding areas, connect with one another to share information, provide assistance and get needed support.

www.autismlifelinelinks.com

Autism Speaks

Autism Speaks, with great information through their free “First 100 Days Kit”.

www.autismspeaks.org

Parent Center Hub

Center for Parent Information and Resources, with great national information related to children with disabilities, particularly with regard to autism.

www.parentcenterhub.org/?s=autism

ResCare

Intermediate and Long term care facilities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Along with daily living support services, in-home care, developmental disabilities. Along with daily living support services, in-home care, vocational training, job support, rehab and behavioral health services.

 

https://www.rescare.com/youth-services/

Special Olympics Texas

It is our vision to become the premier provider of Special Olympics training and competition in the world. We approach each endeavor with a single intent – to improve the quality of life for our athletes. The challenges of the future are embraced with enthusiasm and commitment, ensuring that the changing face and needs of our athletes are met. Athletes may begin training as early as six years old, but must be eight years old to compete. Athletes must be 12 years old to attend statewide competitions.

Please click HERE to register, and get involved.

 

45 NE Loop 410, Ste. 180
San Antonio, TX 78216
(210) 530-9898

prog_director.a20@sotx.org

Texas Project FIRST

A project of the Texas Education Agency committed to providing accurate and consistent information to parents and families of students with disabilities. 

Has your child recently been diagnosed with a disability?

Do you have concerns about your child’s learning and are trying to find help?

Your child may be receiving special education services and you need to learn more.

Wherever you are in the process, we’ve been there. 

We know the maze in which you find yourself. 

http://texasprojectfirst.org/