Ellsworth - Mesa
School For Autism
Lexington Life Academy
Ellsworth - Mesa
9132 East Southern Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85209
Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
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"To educate all students with special needs and developmental disabilities to his or her highest levels of individual achievement, to enable them to reach and expand their potential, and to prepare them to become productive, responsible, ethical, creative and compassionate members of society."
We are the Ellsworth Saguaros! A saguaro is a cactus, unique to the Sonoran Desert. The saguaro can only grow and flourish if it is in the right environment and given ample time to grow. We are the Ellsworth Saguaros! Every student is unique and amazing because Lexington Life Academy, Ellsworth provides a fantastic environment and ample time for wonderful growth!
"So They Can"
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The National Association of Private Special Education Centers (NAPSEC) was established in 1971 as a nonprofit association with the vision of supporting access to appropriate special education programs as vital components of the continuum.
NAPSEC currently represents over 200 programs nationally and over 400 at the state level through the Council of Affiliated State Associations (CASA). NAPSEC members include private early intervention providers, schools, residential therapeutic centers, and adult day and living programs. Our members are located throughout the United States and provide special education services to individuals with disabilities of all ages.
Although NAPSEC programs are diverse in the populations they serve and the services they provide, all strive to guarantee that each student's unique needs are met on an individualized basis in order to achieve his or her maximum potential. NAPSEC is the only national association that exclusively represents private special education programs.
The Council of Autism Service Providers supports our members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for provider best practices in autism services.
Our member agencies care for more than 50,000 children and adults with autism across the United States and have collective revenues approaching 1 billion dollars.
CASP represents the autism provider community to the nation at large including government, payers, and the general public. We serve as a force for change, providing information and education and promoting standards that enhance quality.