Applied Behavior Center for Autism Opens New Indianapolis Location

Early Childhood Center - South to Serve Children Ages Six and Under with Autism

 
Applied Behavior Center for Autism Early Childhood Center - South
 

INDIANAPOLIS, January 2 – The Applied Behavior Center for Autism (ABC) announces the opening of a new autism therapy center on the south side of Indianapolis on January 2, 2019.

Early Childhood Center - South, located at 5545 E. Stop 11 Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46237, will serve children ages six and under with autism. The center is specifically designed in response to research demonstrating the benefits of early intervention for children on the autism spectrum, focusing on group instruction, social and play skills development and developmental language and learning skills.

The center will feature instructional therapy rooms, group instruction rooms, a cafeteria, an outdoor playground and a large indoor gym. ABC’s in-house research department will be based out of the center, helping ABC provide the most cutting edge, scientifically validated therapy and services to children with autism.

“It's an exciting time for ABC, as we will be serving children from age two with our Early Childhood Centers all the way into adulthood with our upcoming residential program,” said Sherry Quinn, Founder and President of the Applied Behavior Center for Autism.

ABC is hosting an Open House at its Early Childhood Center - South on Saturday, January 12 from 2–5 p.m. Staff will be available to speak with families and give tours of the center, and there will be a play and exploration workshop available to help identify children’s interests in different toys.

The Applied Behavior Center for Autism is Indiana's longest running ABA therapy provider. Founded in 1997 by the mother of a child with autism, ABC has since opened 8 locations throughout the state. ABC offers a wide variety of services, including diagnostic testing, ABA therapy, early childhood intervention programming, occupational therapy, speech therapy, social skills groups, and special needs swim lessons. For more information, visit www.appliedbehaviorcenter.org.

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