The new location will serve children with developmental disabilities in an innovative, safe and state-of-the-art facility
Breakthrough Behavior celebrated the grand opening of the organization’s new clinic in Longwood, Florida, today, opening the doors to patients and their families from Seminole, Orange and Lake counties. The new facility marks the fourth Breakthrough Behavior clinic in Central Florida, further expanding services to children with developmental disabilities through applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment, speech therapy and developmental testing. The 6,000-square-foot Longwood clinic features private treatment spaces, specialty tools and resources, and one-on-one areas designed to maximize meaningful outcomes and achieve patient success.
“Helping more children every day is our primary goal,” said Breakthrough Behavior CEO Maegen Pierce, “and our new Seminole Clinic creates a wonderful opportunity for families in this area to access affordable, convenient and critical treatment. We look forward to meeting new patients and working closely with their families to find their own breakthroughs through excellence, compassion, innovation and accountability.”
Conveniently located off Interstate 4 and Route 434 in Longwood, the new clinic is situated in a well-appointed food and shopping center with ample parking, featuring retail shops, restaurants and personal services. Inside the space, families and children will have access to an experienced team of behavior analysts, clinical psychologists and speech pathologists, as well as a facility designed to maximize meaningful outcomes and social skills interactions. The clinic has also been 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 also operates clinics in Downtown Orlando, East Orlando and Kissimmee, as well as three clinics in Central California and one in Northern Virginia. For more information, visit www.breakthroughbehavior.com.