Breakthrough Behavior Opens New, State-of-the-Art Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic in Orlando
The facility offers therapy to children with developmental disabilities, including access to peers, social support and consultation with speech and language pathologists.
Breakthrough Behavior celebrated the grand opening of the organization’s new clinic in Orlando today. The state-of-the-art facility features more than 9,000 square feet of therapy space, a sensory gym and multifunctional learning areas. The location will also be home to a new regional training facility that will prepare all Breakthrough Behavior staff with the latest innovative tools and techniques designed to improve the quality of life for the organization’s patients.
“I am so excited to welcome our Breakthrough Behavior families and employees to our new home in Central Florida,” said Breakthrough Behavior CEO Maegen Pierce. “Our patients will have so many more opportunities to learn new skills, grow their social interactions with peers and access groundbreaking educational resources—all within a safe, secure and fun environment.”
The new space, located in northwest Orlando (644 Ferguson Drive, Suite 200, Orlando, Florida 32805) will also be customized to the needs of Breakthrough Behavior and the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control. This includes divided work and play spaces, private bathrooms, hand sanitizing stations and an open layout to maximize social distancing guidelines.
Breakthrough Behavior now operates three clinics in Central Florida, including facilities in East Orange and Osceola. Nationally, the organization also services patients in California (Monterey County), Virginia (Stafford County, Prince William County and Spotsylvania County) and Maryland (Montgomery County). Most recently, Breakthrough Behavior was named an accredited provider by the Behavior Health Center of Excellent (BHCOE). For more information, visit www.breakthroughbehavior.com.