Here at Partners in Excellence, we guarantee "a life changing experience"! We look forward to hearing more about your child and family and hope that our program will be a great fit for your needs.
The first step to applying for our center based ABA services is to call our intake staff:
- For Minnetonka, North St. Paul or Burnsville, Minnesota - Call Client Advocate @ 952.818.2876
- For La Crosse, Wisconsin or Winona, Minnesota- Call Intake Staff @ 608.785.4111
This phone call typically takes 20-30 minutes. Please be prepared to share: Your contact information, your child’s information, brief medical history including information on the child’s autism diagnosis, school or other provider information, and funding information. Please leave a message if you do not reach a staff member and we will return your call.
The next step is to complete the enrollment packet in entirety within 30 calendar days of the initial intake phone call. Please fill in as much information as possible, as this helps us get to know your child as well as request authorization for services. Along with this packet, copies of the child’s evaluations and assessments are required. Please refer to the enrollment application front page for the list of required documents.
Next, provide the information to us. You can drop off the packet, mail, fax or email.
- For Minnetonka, North St. Paul or Burnsville, Minnesota:
Partners in Excellence: Attention: Client Advocate
2344 Helen Street N.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
- For La Crosse, Wisconsin or Winona, Minnesota:
Partners in Excellence: Intake staff
901 Caledonia Street
La Crosse, WI 54603
Lastly, we will review your information and contact you if anything is missing or incomplete. Once documents are reviewed and funding is established, your child will be placed on the waitlist until we have a potential opening.
This is an enrollment application and does not guarantee placement at Partners In Excellence. Additionally, we do not have personnel that are qualified to work with children that have any additional major medical conditions such as blindness, uncontrolled seizures, severe cognitive or motor impairment, significant hearing loss, or extremely aggressive behaviors. Occasionally, we do accept children with additional diagnoses if it is possible to work closely with other professionals that can address your child’s additional needs.