The Behavior Analysis Center for Autism will have a booth in the Transition Fair, hosted by Hamilton Boone Madison Special Services Cooperative, from 6 to 8 p.m. March 15 at Noblesville High School, 18111 Cumberland Rd.
The Transition Fair brings together more than 60 agencies that provide services to individuals with special needs who may be entering work, college or independent living. BACA will provide information about its unique program to students with disabilities and their families.
BACA provides a continuum of applied behavior analysis services to children and young adults with autism in four different locations, including new centers in Zionsville and Elkhart. Treatment is based on modern research findings from the most experienced scholars in the field of behavior analysis in the areas of teaching language, social, self-help, academic and employment skills.