• Providing ABA Therapy throughout Arizona and Tennessee.

  • Specialized therapy with proven results.

    Pinnacle Autism Therapy provides effective Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy practices that utilize a collaborative team approach to autism treatment.

    Our dedicated team of autism professionals deliver therapy in-home, at your child’s school, and other environments as necessary to bring about meaningful and positive change.

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  • Encouraging atmosphere + quality individualized care.

    We specialize in creating individualized therapeutic interventions to meet your child’s unique needs in a supportive environment where they can flourish.

    Our small group practices provide concierge delivery of environmentally based ABA therapy. With small group practices comes personalized attention for your child and extended family support.

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  • Dedicated support with top skilled practitioners.

    To provide the highest quality and most effective treatment, our team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) collaborate with local practitioners that specialize in servicing children with autism.

    Our extended professional network covers neuro-ophthalmology, clinical pharmacy, nutrition, occupational therapy, psychiatry, speech-language pathology, and more.

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    • Effective Treatment

      Our therapist implement the most effective evidence-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy practices.

    • Customized Therapy

      Every child is unique. Therefore, our treatment plans are customized to meet their individual needs.

    • Extended Network

      Our team collaborates with local professionals that specialize in niche autism services creating centralized quality care.

    • Community-Based

      Our community-based therapy simplifies the learning process allowing your child to flourish in its natural environment.

    • 360-Support

      Our support goes beyond therapy connecting our families with resources to assist with securing the additional support it needs.

  • Pinnacle Autism Therapy in the Community

    • The “wait-and-see” approach is not appropriate when autism is suspected. Delaying a diagnosis can mean giving up the significant gains of intervention that have been demonstrated before age 6.

      Laura Schreibman, PhD
    • In young children—especially under 2-and-a-half years—we shouldn’t treat it as a lifetime diagnosis. We can offer parents some hope that a very young child will move out of the autism spectrum or improve.

      Catherine Lord, PhD
    • The hope is that if we can improve intervention with infants and toddlers, many of them will be able to leave their disabilities behind by age 5.

      Sally J. Rogers, PhD
    • Interventions require expertise in applied behavior analysis. Speech and language pathologists and occupational therapists also play an important role.

      Geraldine Dawson, PhD
    • With comprehensive and coordinated care, families are less stressed and have fewer unmet needs. How you deliver your services makes a difference.

      Janet Farmer, PhD
    • The brain doesn’t learn just by teaching someone rules. It’s only by real-life experiences, by training the brain in social situations, that people can develop some competence in these areas.

      Sandra B. Chapman, PhD
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  • Contact Us

    Our postal address and contact details
    • Postal Address

      20860 N. Tatum Blvd.
      Suite 300
      Phoenix, AZ 85050

      8295 Tournament Drive,
      Suite 150, Memphis,
      TN, 38125

    • Phone & E-mail

      Phone: 1-866-34-AUTISM
      Fax: 1-866-342-8847

    • Business Hours

      Administrative Office:
      Monday – Friday
      9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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