Gateway is excited to be hosting a booth at the upcoming Mardi Gras for Autism in Fullerton.
On February 1st, during CalABA’s 2019 conference in Long Beach, Gateway’s CEO, Melissa Willa, will lead a panel discussion on the topic of “Treatment Planning: Dosage, Duration, and Discharge”. Melissa will be joined by Dr. Bryna Siegel, Executive Director of the Autism Center of Northern California, Dr. Linda Haymes, Associate Professor/Chair Special Education at Touro University, and Yagnesh Vadgama, Sr. Director of Clinical Care Services at Magellan Health.
Gateway Learning Group will be sponsoring and hosting a resource table at the 3rd Annual Trunk or Treat event on Saturday, October 27, 2018. Twinkies Krafts and the Hayward Unified School District have partnered to organize this event for kids with autism and special needs.
Thirteen years ago Melissa Willa and Colin Davitian had a vision to build an organization that would provide the highest quality of behavior intervention services to children with autism and their families. On October 12th, 2005, they co-founded Gateway Learning Group.
The journey started with a few dedicated staff and several families who put their trust in Gateway. Company headquarters looked a bit different back then – a couch, a few chairs, a computer – located in a modest living room in Noe Valley, SF.
Today Gateway’s team of over 400 talented professionals advances the lives of more than 600 individuals with autism every day, with compassionate, evidence-based treatment. Gateway is now recognized as a leading provider of ABA therapy throughout the state of California. HBD Gateway!
Gateway’s VP of Human Resources, Julius Schillinger, is a featured speaker at the Benefits Forum & Expo in New Orleans, September 24-26th. He will be presenting on: “Working Caregivers: The Benefits Innovation Front Line”, discussing groundbreaking employee benefits that are emerging to address the the physical, financial, and emotional toll of extended caregiving provided by the 40 million Americans who help a parent, grandparent, or other relative, with basic needs, every day.