Behavioral Innovations Opens New Autism Center in Prosper, Company’s 50th Location

Prosper, TX, Aug, 8, 2020 — Behavioral Innovations has expanded its presence in Prosper, TX with a milestone opening. This new center will be the company’s 50th autism center. Behavioral Innovations has locations across Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado, and has been providing 1-to-1 personalized and evidence-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to kids for the past two decades. This year marks their 20th anniversary.

The Prosper Autism Treatment Center is a 3,700 sq. ft facility at 861 North Coleman Street, Suite 135, Prosper, TX 75078, and is conveniently located on North Coleman Street across from Reynolds Middle School. Just a few blocks from the intersection of Preston Road and Highway 380, this location provides easy access from Prosper and the neighboring communities of Celina, Melissa and McKinney.

“50th center is a big milestone for us, and we are especially excited for the opportunity to be helping families in the Prosper area. Parents will love our spacious new facility and we are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of the kiddos at our center,” says Carla Edwards, Executive Director and a founding member of the company.

More information about the Prosper center can be found on their website or by contacting 855-782-7822.

About Behavioral Innovations

Behavioral Innovations was founded 20 years ago when Behavior Analysts Lori Russo, Carla Edwards, and Billy Edwards noticed a lack of available resources to assist children diagnosed with autism. Their first ABA-based autism therapy center was opened in Dallas, Texas in 2003. Teams at the centers demonstrate passion and dedication to improving the lives of children on the autism spectrum and their families, and specialized admissions, insurance, billing, and operations team members assist families through the complete parent journey.

To learn more, visit the Behavioral Innovations website. People can follow them on Facebook and Instagram to receive regular updates on ABA Therapy and autism resources.

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