Arizona Autism United Overview

  • Phoenix, AZ
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2006
  • Nonprofit Organization
  • Healthcare Services & Hospitals
  • $5 to $10 million (USD)

CompetitorsHOPE Group, Trumpet Behavioral Health, Hopebridge
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Arizona Autism United was founded in 2006 by our current CEO and a group of local families who were experiencing firsthand a shortage of quality care. Their concept was to develop a nonprofit organization whose sole focus was providing high quality direct services and supports ...
Mission: The mission of Arizona Autism United is to help as many families as possible with individualized supports.

Arizona Autism United Reviews

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Aaron Blocher-Rubin
Aaron Blocher-Rubin
26 Ratings
Former Employee, more than 1 year

"Client Families Make All the Difference"

Dec 3, 2020 - Respite and Habilitation Provider in Scottsdale, AZ
Positive Outlook
No opinion of CEO


My client was AMAZING to work with. Their family was even better! They referred me in so the application process was seamless. Once I started the training classes - all in person - I quickly


I overheard from others that the scheduling was difficult if you wanted multiple clients. There were also complaints about the limited ability to schedule in-person training.

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Arizona Autism United Interviews

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Applied online83%
In Person17%

  1. Finance Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Arizona Autism United (Phoenix, AZ) in Jan 2019


    Terrible process overall. No communication. They keep reposting jobs without any feedback to candidates. Inappropriate questions during interview. Process took entirely too long from application to HR call to actual interview. Scheduling was a nightmare.

    If I had children.

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Company Updates

September 12, 2019
AZA United is excited to announce that we will soon be opening our first new center in the Mesa/Gilbert area, to expand services for all East Valley families! AZA United's East Valley center will be a new hub for all-day interdisciplinary treatment in a setting that is optimized for children to learn, as well as interact with each other to develop social interaction skills. The morning sessions will focus on early intervention treatment for young children, with programs combining Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with Speech and Feeding Therapy. Although AZA United will continue to offer these important services in-home for individual care, having an additional center-based option at the new center will allow us to serve more children and support a wider variety of needs and abilities. In the afternoons, programs will be available to help older kids in need of speech, feeding, social or behavioral support.
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Arizona Autism United Awards & Accolades

  • Piper Fellow Recipient 2017Virginia G. Piper Trust2017
  • Organizational Accomplishment and Innovation AwardPhoenix Business Journal2014

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