Reach High sees a world where families touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder are supported, thriving, and rising higher in all areas of their lives. Our mission in that world is to elevate the quality of life for our people, our clients, and our field, by being better today than we were yesterday. By developing a holistic system of services to support families and children, with a focus on those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, we fulfill that mission.
At Reach High, we have a moral obligation to lead, love, and serve like we would want for ourselves. Through consistency, we create a community that is accountable to each other and for each other.
We take the continued coaching and development of our people seriously because we believe our technicians and behavior professionals must experience successful learning if we expect them to create meaningful learning opportunities with the children they serve!
At Reach High we know that results matter for our people, our clients, and the progression of our field. We are committed to measuring what matters so each individual member can see how they collectively impact our vision and mission.
Our team understands the importance and benefits that come from working as a unit and as a team. We know that we can rely upon one another in order to meet our end goal of being better for our clients today than we were yesterday.
“Better than we were yesterday” is a motto that requires ownership. Ownership is the belief that each day, in every situation we always have a choice, and we live by those choices.
The practice of ABA requires perseverance. This is the willingness to keep going no matter what is ahead. At Reach High Consulting & Therapy, we love what we do and we fight for what we do. We know that piece by piece and day by day, we are making a significant difference in the lives of those on the Autism spectrum.
We understand that being in this field is not always easy, and we want you to know that we see the hard work that you put into your position. Not only can you be recognized by your supervisors, but your co-workers can also reward you when they see that you have done something outstanding.