Lexington Services is proud to offer Lexington Life Academy as an education option for students with autism. Our focus is to create the best quality of life possible for our students.
- School for Autism (Pre-K – 12)
Multiple school locations for children with autism providing academics and a variety of life skills. This is accomplished through evidenced-based practices, structured learning, standards-based curriculum, sensory integration, and behavior modification.
- Emotional Disabilities Program
Providing positive behavioral support in an individualized academic atmosphere.
Center-based services committed to empower individuals with disabilities to achieve their maximum potential. Through continuous education, training, member evaluations, and customized options we can best fit each individual’s needs.
- DDD Services
- – Adult Programs
- – After School Programs
- – Summer Programs
- – Habilitation
- – Respite
- – Attendant Care
- – Therapies
Home & Community Based Services (HCBS)
Our In-Home program is uniquely tailored to help every member and family in the home environment.
- In-Home Supports
Supporting and providing Habilitation, Respite, and Attendant Care for our members within a casual environment, we provide experienced In-Home providers that are suited particularly to the needs of the individual.
Behavioral Health (LBHS)
Providing professional and tailored care for both children and adults with behavioral and developmental disabilities.
- Needs to Adapt
Our residential services provide an alternative to hospitalization and out of state placement. Our unique transitional program offers Step-Up/Step-Down services that adapt to members’ individual needs.
- All in One
By providing a continuum of supports that work together we can effectively provide: timely short and long term placement options, individualized intense wrap around support services, and transitional planning that leads to member choice and inclusion in a least restrictive environment.
Emotional Disabilities Program (ED-P)
Our ED-P program focuses on providing positive behavioral supports in an individualized educational setting.
- Behavioral Supports
Data driven behavioral support plans to measure students’ success, and/or identify barriers.
Individualized academics providing traditional and technology based learning.
Individually Designed Living Arrangement (IDLA)
We offer residential living situations for adult members of the developmental disability community that want more independent housing options.
- Better Quality of Life
Provide support and promote; physical, emotional, and mental well being.
Providing an independent environment with supervision that fosters each member’s full potential.