ABA Centers of Pennsylvania Unveils Its First Autism Care Center in Bala Cynwyd

ABA Centers of Pennsylvania - Bala Cynwyd Ribbon Cutting

Today, ABA Centers of Pennsylvania hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Bala Cynwyd to unveil its very first autism care center in the state.

ABA Centers of Pennsylvania provides applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy services to children with autism through a play-based approach that is rooted in positive reinforcement. The organization was founded to disrupt the autism care industry by demolishing wait times traditionally experienced by those in search of a diagnosis or treatment. It’s common for families to be waitlisted from many months to several years to receive these services for their children, but ABA Centers of Pennsylvania typically has a child in service within 47 days from the time initial contact is made with the organization.

This autism care clinic offers an expansive 6,686 square feet for individualized autism therapy services to take place. The impressive, strategically designed center will provide children with a vibrant, immersive, and engaging environment to receive the therapy lessons that will help them navigate life on the spectrum and teach them the tools to achieve a robust and fulfilling future. While this was the center’s grand unveiling to the public, ABA Centers of Pennsylvania is already serving nearly 40 kiddos throughout southeastern Pennsylvania.

Remarks were provided by Thomas DiBello, Montogomery County Commissioner; Angus Murray, Vice President of Operations for ABA Centers of Pennsylvania; and Jane Philipose, Executive Director for the ABA Centers of Pennsylvania Bala Cynwyd clinic.

“We understand that when we make an impact in each kiddos’ life, we make an impact in their siblings’ lives, in their parents’ lives, and in their teachers’ lives. The ripple effect of the work that the team here does permeates throughout the entire community,” remarked Ms. Philipose.

“The quicker that you can get these kids into programs is so important and ABA Centers of Pennsylvania is bringing the type of efficiency to the autism care space that is so needed for the children in our community,” said Commissioner DiBello.

Also in attendance for the ribbon cutting was Omar Sabir, Philadelphia City Commissioner; Louis Rossman, Township of Lower Merion Commissioner; Anthony Stevenson, Township of Lower Merion Commissioner; Dave Corrigan, Director of Community Outreach for Congresswoman Madeline Dean; Sara Kelly, Communications Director for State Senator Amanda Cappelletti; Lee Mooney, Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Mary Jo Daley; Nathalie Neree, Chief of Special Education & Diverse Learners for the School District of Philadelphia; and Mikecia Witherspoon, Southeast Regional Director for Senator John Fetterman.

ABA Centers of Pennsylvania’s Bala Cynwyd autism care center is located at 10 Presidential Blvd., Bala Cynwyd, PA. The organization has plans to open two more autism care clinics in southeastern Pennsylvania in 2024. More information about the organization, this new clinic, and the services it offers can be found at www.abacenterspa.com.

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