While an autism diagnosis can pose significant challenges, we believe that every child, teen, and young adult has the ability to reach their full potential and our dedicated staff of licensed clinicians and therapists are uniquely positioned to work alongside them every step of the way.
According to the Centers for Disease Control’s latest statistics, 1 in every 59 children is diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We understand that this issue affects nearly every family, and that the biggest hurdle you might be facing is deciding who and where to turn to for help.
Our staff of licensed therapists and clinicians have made it their mission to provide transformational care to the entire family, because being diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder not only affects the child, but it affects every single member the household.
Maybe you suspect your child has autism and needs a medical evaluation or maybe your child was just recently diagnosed as being on the spectrum. Perhaps you have a teenager that is transitioning into adulthood and needs help navigating personal relationships, holding down a job, and taking public transportation. We have an array of programs and treatment options that can help.
Wesley Family Services completes an annual quality report on their IBHS services. This is available upon request by youth, young adult or parent, legal guardian or caregiver of a child, youth or young adult by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting your direct service provider.