Celebrating ChanceLight’s Servant Leaders: 2017 Servant Heart Award Winner, Clara Herrick (Corporate) Each year, a select group of ChanceLight employees are recognized for consistently demonstrating patience, kindness, humility respectfulness, selflessness, forgiveness, honesty and commitment – all of the attributes that define Servant Leadership. Servant Heart Award Recipients love what they do, support their co-workers and View More
Patience, kindness, humility respectfulness, selflessness, forgiveness, honesty and commitment are the principles of servant leadership, and these words perfectly describe Board Certified Behavior Analyst Spencer Ramsey, M.Ed., our Servant Heart Award recipient for ChanceLight Behavioral Health. As a Senior Behavioral Analyst, Spencer uses Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to help children with autism reach their full View More
By Mark Claypool & John McLaughlin March 08, 2018 It’s official: As of February 27, the U.S. Department of Education is proposing a two-year delay on implementing an Obama-era rule that identifies significant disproportionality by racial or ethnic status in the administration of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Currently, the rule is slated View More
Two organizations are partnering to offer children and young adults access to comprehensive education and behavioral health services in one Coral Springs location. Members of the local community gathered to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the new Atlantis Academy Coral Springs and Early Autism Project (EAP), Inc. clinic on Thursday. “Atlantis Academy, in partnership with View More
Not so long ago, children would be institutionalized when their behavior exceeded what their parents could handle. They would be sent away from other children and even their own families. In many instances, they suffered from a disorder characterized by impaired social interaction, limited communication skills, persistent repetitive behaviors and even uncontrollable tantrums. Treatment was View More
A new state-of-the-art clinic in Dunwoody is the first of its kind in metro Atlanta to offer behavioral treatment for children on the autism spectrum. The clinic at 5500 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, in the Shops of Dunwoody, is the Early Autism Project’s first Atlanta clinic and fifth in Georgia. Project team members along with Sen. View More
Thirty-one impressive companies chosen to represent a new, unified Southeast program April 24, 2013 – Ernst & Young LLP today announced the finalists for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2013 Award in the Southeast, which includes Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The prestigious award program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate View More
As of January 2, 2020, all Early Autism Project clinics have officially been transitioned to ChanceLight Autism Services clinics. This page will be replaced with the ChanceLight Autism Services website in February 2020.
Please visit our new website here: autismservices.chancelight.com.