BALTIMORE, MD – Learn It Systems is changing its name to LEARN Behavioral to better reflect its focus on behavioral health market. Over the past several years, the organization has transformed into one of the leading networks of providers serving children with autism and other special needs, and the new brand better aligns this vision.
Michael Maloney, LEARN Behavioral’s CEO and Founder shared, “This name change reflects the evolution of our organization and our dedication to grow and support the behavioral health needs of the communities we serve. We are very proud of the difference we make in the lives of our clients and their families, and we are excited to do even more good as we move forward and expand our footprint.”
LEARN’s primary focus is the delivery of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to children with autism and related disorders in their homes, schools, and in its learning centers. ABA is the only evidence based therapy for children with autism. Justin Funches, President of LEARN’s autism provider network, continued, “LEARN’s network of autism service providers is of the broadest and highest quality in the country. The hallmarks of our clinical services are truly individualized treatment, a collaborative approach, data-driven decision making, and a commitment to meaningful outcomes for our clients and their families.”
The LEARN team currently includes more that 3,000 professionals passionate and purposeful about finding success for every child in their care. The team, one of the broadest in the industry, includes behavior analysts, technicians, teachers, psychologists, therapists and other specialist who embrace LEARN’s culture of clinical excellence and professional growth.
LEARN will continue to offer academic intervention programs under the Learn It Systems brand.
ABOUT LEARN BEHAVIORAL
LEARN is the leading network of behavioral health providers serving children with autism and other special needs. LEARN delivers Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and related interventions based on industry-leading quality standards, and is driven by a team of 3,000 professionals who are passionate about nurturing every child’s personal best. The LEARN network delivers more than 1.5 million hours of service a year across 18 states.