State-of-the-Art Center Opens In:
ABA Coming Soon to Saginaw
No matter where your child is on the autism spectrum, we provide the learning environment they need!
We're excited about the opportunity to provide 1-to-1 ABA therapy and individualized treatment plans for the children of Fort Worth and Saginaw. Our brand new, state-of-the-art treatment center will be located off Boat Club Road just north of Lake Worth. Until we open, we'd like to encourage you to set up a tour at one of our sister treatment centers in Fort Worth or Keller.
Inside the Treatment Center
Our Treatment Centers Feature:
- Spacious therapy rooms
- Circle Time group space
- Growth Motor Sensory room
- Kitchen and client dinning area
- Client lockers
- Parent observation room
Treatment Center Staff
Christina Chaney, BCBA
Christina Chaney was born in San Diego, California but was raised in Dallas, TX. She has been an advocate for the special needs population her entire life due to close relatives with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Christina decided to pursue ABA while an undergraduate at Sam Houston State University. Her passion to make a positive impact in the lives of others is what drives her to continue find ways to help everyone live their best life! Christina joined BI October of 2018 she is the Center Director for our Saginaw location.
She graduated with her bachelor's degree in Psychology and her master's of education in Special Education from Sam Houston State University. She began working in the field of ABA while in graduate school in 2013. Her experience in ABA ranges from early intervention to adult services (18 mos to 31yrs).
In her time outside of work, Christina enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading inspirational books, writing poetry, and playing with her fur baby, Skyler Elizabeth.
Danielle has a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management and says that she chose this major because of her passion to help people. She comes to BI with an array of business management experience in different fields ranging from technology, where she learned how to build computers while managing all of the office functions, to medical, where she billed for physicians.
Danielle has two children including a 26 year-old son with autism and a 13 year-old daughter who plays the flute in band. She also has a controlling little Shih Tzu named Sammy and a fat cat named Rocky who loves to eat table food.