CHICAGO, IL — January 14, 2019 – The Place for Children with Autism, a leading provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder announces the opening of a new center in Cicero. The new center is set to follow the same model as the previous locations currently in operation throughout the Chicagoland area and surrounding suburbs.
The opening will be celebrated on February 11, 2020 at 5:30 PM with a ribbon cutting and special appearances by State Representative Elizabeth Hernandez, Town Clerk Maria Punzo, and Trustee John Cava. Parents and members of the community are able to attend by registering online at: http://bit.ly/2tg4T0r
The opening of the new center is the result of requests from and collaboration with parents in the community who are seeking an alternative to public schooling that is inclusive to their children’s needs. The center’s website is now enrolling new families, scheduling tours, and assisting with insurance verification. Parents are encouraged to visit: https://theplaceforchildrenwithautism.com/locations/cicero to enroll their children or call (224) 436-0788.
“We’re excited that we’re finally able to fulfill the need in this community. We hope to continue making a difference in the lives of these children and impacting their families in a positive way for years to come,” says Daniel Blank, Founder of The Place for Children with Autism.
The Place for Children with Autism specializes in providing the highest quality, comprehensive approach of ABA therapy in a preschool-like setting for children with autism ages 2-6. Each center employs trained Registered Behavior Technicians and Board Certified Behavior Analysts. The Place for Children with Autism services underserved communities in the Chicagoland area and surrounding suburbs and will be expanding to more locations in 2020. Learn more about The Place and access the press kit here: https://bit.ly/2oExTws