Nov. 14th: Autism and Special Needs Seminar

BY YOUR SIDE was an exhibitor at the Autism and Special Needs Seminar 2015, hosted by Family Time Magazine at Moraine Valley Community College on November 14, 2015. The seminar featured Read More

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5 Tips for Holiday Shopping With Children on the Autism Spectrum

During the holiday season, malls are decorated with bright colorful lights, trees, Santas, elves and more. While festive, this can be over stimulating for children on the spectrum. Here are some suggestions for making shopping more fun and comfortable for you and your child on the autism spectrum. Read More

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Jim McKinney

Chief Operating Officer

Jim’s responsibilities include Human Resources, Marketing / Community Outreach / Business Development, Educational Services Growth, Oversight of Center and In-Home Operations. His background includes over 17 Years in Sales and Marketing and over 15 Years of Leadership Experience. He has additional experience in family service businesses for over 12 Years and has been […]

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Philip Favia, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Favia is responsible for the oversight of BY YOUR SIDE Therapy Directors, Senior Managers, and all therapy teams. He received his Medical Degree from Loyola Stritch School of Medicine in 2000 and completed his Family Medicine residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Since then, he has been practicing Family Medicine […]

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Matthew Sullivan, CPA

Chief Financial Officer

Matthew is responsible for the areas of finance, accounting, and information technology at BYS. Matthew has greater than 25 years of experience transforming businesses to achieve organizational growth and profitability objectives through leadership of finance, information technology, continuous improvement and program management. His background includes senior roles in Big 4 Public Accounting & […]

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