KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa.
May 2, 2019
Education Alternatives for ABA (Ed-Alt), a leading provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy — widely recognized as the most effective, evidence-based treatment for autism — has been rebranded as ChanceLight of Pennsylvania. ChanceLight is the parent company of Ed-Alt and the rebranding formalizes the sharing of the company’s national expertise and resources to help children throughout Pennsylvania.
In addition to its clinic in King of Prussia, ChanceLight of Pennsylvania recently opened two new ABA clinics in Pottsville and West Chester and plans to open three more clinics this summer in Allentown, Havertown and Lancaster, increasing its total number of clinics in the state to six.
“ChanceLight has helped us open new clinics and provide life-changing therapy to hundreds of children throughout Pennsylvania,” said Jeanine Weichelt, M.Ed, BCBA, vice president of operations for ChanceLight autism services. “We have hired more Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians, provided our therapists with innovative technology and training, and negotiated with commercial insurers and TRICARE so children across our state have access to more ABA therapy coverage. The rebranding is the result of more than three years of planning and our clients will receive the same quality autism therapy from our dedicated, professional therapists – just under a new name.”
ChanceLight provides children up to 21 years of age with the highest quality intensive, research-based behavioral treatment for autism spectrum disorder in our clinics and their homes and schools. ChanceLight accepts all major commercial insurance, Medicaid and Tricare.
Families interested in ABA services for their child can visit chancelightpennsylvania.com or call (888) 227-7212.
More about ChanceLight
ChanceLight® is the nation’s leading provider of behavioral health, therapy and education solutions for children and young adults. We change the direction of children’s lives by offering them the opportunity to create successful, independent futures. ChanceLight serves nearly 19,000 clients and students each year at more than 150 locations in more than 20 states across its three divisions. ChanceLight serves children and young adults with autism spectrum disorder, pediatric developmental delays and physical challenges.
Robin Embry, Lovell Communications Inc.