Learning ARTS is a company dedicated to the care of children within the autism spectrum. Formed in 1997 by Dr. Will and Lara Brandon, Learning ARTS has operated under two principles: help those with autism,
and provide a career path for those individuals who provide these services. Our approach to intervention is a family and community based one formed on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. We believe
that everyone has potential, and that Learning ARTS can assist in meeting that potential.
We are dedicated to evidence based interventions, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and continually strive to be a leader in the development of the field. Learning ARTS
actively participates in the academic, community, and political development of our field. We pride ourselves on keeping up to date with any issues and research that could impact a family's
Learning ARTS is a preferred provider with over 20 different funding/insurance agencies, including Medi-Cal and Medicaid; and provide services though most of Northern/Central California and
Nevada. Please see our map for locations. Our staff include caregivers, interventionists, and care coordinators that can help families access services sooner and ensure continued-quality services. Please feel free to browse our website for more information. Thank you for your time and interest in our company.
Learning ARTS is committed to providing unsurpassed programs to children on the Autism spectrum, and to supporting the efforts of research and community organizations dedicated to working with children with Autism and their families.
- To provide the highest quality intervention programs to children on the Autism spectrum by participating in peer review and allowing public and professional scrutiny of our practices.
- To provide ongoing training and education in Autism related fields to all Learning ARTS staff and associates.
- To provide community outreach services and resources to the Autism community, both to the regions we serve and the greater public.
- To provide training and education about the Autism spectrum to the public and to professionals who work with children with Autism.
Provide Therapeutic Services to Families with Children diagnosed within the Autism Spectrum and Provide Training, Education Assistance, and Opportunity to Individuals who Provide These Therapeutic Services.