Lexington Services! So They Can


Our Pre-K-12 school educates children with Autism spectrum disorder. We provide the key components for every student to develop their academic, behavioral, and social skills by tailoring to every child’s needs and building a foundation to achieve their highest potential.

Lexington also provides an After School Program, Adult Program, and a Summer Program for individuals with Developmental Disabilities. Members can also take advantage of several types of therapies in a center or in a home environment. Transportation may also be available at our Phoenix, Mesa, or Show Low locations

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School for autism


In-center programs

Home & community
based services

In-home programs

Health Services


Independent housing options


What’s new at Lexington?

At Lexington there is always something new going on! Check out our video page to see what else is going on!


We care for both children and adults by protecting their welfare and preparing them for the most important issues they will face in their lifetimes.

“I couldn’t be happier with Lexington. It’s more than a school with great teachers and caregivers, it’s been a new life for my son.”

Richard Roe, Parent | Mesa Campus

“The Life Academy is probably the best school that my daughter has been in and is the only school that she looks forward to going to and no longer fights me to stay home.”

Sharron Carstens, Parent | Show Low Campus

“Lexington has opened many doors for our son and we believe it will only continue to grow into adulthood.”

Jennifer Barker, Parent | Mesa Campus


Through our therapies and services, we create a fun and engaging atmosphere for individuals with autism and other special needs while empowering members for daily success.


Speech Therapy

Speech therapies assist students with delays in articulation, overall intelligibility, pragmatic, expressive, and receptive language.


Occupational Therapy

Skilled Occupational Therapy activities significantly help to assist students and individuals who struggle with fine motor, visual motor, emotional regulation, and sensory processing difficulties.


Lexington specializes in autism, but we work with families to see if their child’s needs can be met.  Through our unique education process we individualize and modify the curriculum to meet the specific needs of all students with many different types of disabilities.

ESA funds.
The Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program is an account administered by The Arizona Department of Education that is funded by state tax dollars to provide educational options for qualified Arizona students. By opting out of the public school system, parents can seek a range of alternative educational services, such as private school or home-based education. For more information please visit the Arizona Department of Education website at https://www.azed.gov/esa

STO Scholarships

Public or Charter School can also pay your child’s tuition. If your child has not received adequate services at a Public or Charter school, you may approach the school and ask for your child’s service to be provided through Lexington Life Academy.

The paperwork required to register for our services depends on the program. Like most schools, we require a Birth Certificate, current Immunization Records, copy of the Guardian’s Driver’s License, current MET and IEP, ESA or STO notification and a completed enrollment packet.

Our schools have Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapies on staff. They work in the classroom with students to service their needs while at school. The SLP and OT provide services in the classroom setting and collaborate with the teachers. Also, we offer Speech and OT services through DDD on campus during the school day. These services are 1:1 and scheduled through Lexington Therapy Services.

The first step is to come and tour one of our campuses to see what we have to offer. We have a tuition specialist at each campus that can walk you through every step of the process to get accepted for either the Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA), or a Student Tuition Organization (STO). Once you are accepted for ESA or STO’s enrollment is quick and easy.

School, After School, Summer Camp, Early Intervention, Speech Therapy, Music Therapy, Adult Day Programming, In Home Respite and Habilitation, Behavioral Health, and more!

Staff training is held multiple times per month, and covers a variety of topics. Some of these topics include,
Positive Behavior Supports
Medication Training
Autism and Sensory Processing
Picture Communication Systems
Crisis Management Trainings
Life Space Interview
De-escalation Strategies
IEP Writing and Goal Tracking
Curriculum Development
Structured TEACCH Model Training
Registered Behavior Technician training

We do not at this time, but we would like to in the future.

We have several options to accommodate the schedule of our students and their families schedules. We offer both in the home and in the clinic and as a special accommodation during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering Telehealth as well.

Currently, we have locations in Mesa, Gilbert, Phoenix, and Show Low. We will also be offering services in Utah. Stay tuned for updates!


If you are passionate about a career with individuals with special needs, Lexington has many great positions that provide fun and flexibility to best fit you.

Videos about Lexington

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Our passionate teachers and paraprofessionals are trained and committed to empower every remarkable child toward the future.

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Lexington Provider

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