Arizona Autism United, INC.
- 5025 E Washington
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
- (602) 773-5773
- (602) 273-9108
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Every person affected by autism will be accepted and supported by society.
Services for Families
Habilitation involves 1-to-1 intervention in the child’s home or the community, with clear goals designed to maximize functional skills and positive behavior.
Respite & Attendant Care
Respite provides short-term care and supervision for the child to provide relief for the parents or caregivers. It may take place in the child’s home, in the community, or in the home of the respite provider
Specialized Habilitation, Behavioral (Hab M & Hab B)
“Hab M” or “Hab B” also includes ongoing home or clinic visits for supervision, training and updating of the child’s behavioral habilitation program. Parent participation is required. “Hab B” includes hands-on training for habilitators and parents to implement the goals and strategies identified in the program.
Trainings & Workshops
AZA United offers several training classes and workshops to benefit our families, employees and other community members. Topics include Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Making Visual Supports.
Ongoing Support & Home Visits
AZA United believes that providing services involves a commitment to help each family and employee to the best of our ability. We work with every family on an individualized basis to determine an appropriate level of support.
To begin services, you will need to complete a New Family Intake Packet here
It is available for you to print on this website in the "Downloads" section, or you can contact our office if you would like one mailed to you. If you are seeking new habilitation or respite providers, we will get the information we need and contact you as soon as we have a potential match.
Maricopa County, Arizona
- Attendant Care-ATC
- Home Health
- Habilitation Hourly-HAH
- Programs and Services
- Behavior Supports
- Day Supports