Autism Centers of Michigan

GAYLORD, Mich., Aug 29, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Autism Centers of Michigan (ACM), a leading provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services throughout Michigan, announced the opening of a new clinical center location in Gaylord, Michigan. The new center, located at 940 N Center Ave, will allow ACM to expand its existing in-home services in the Gaylord area, by offering in-center treatment options for children of all ages.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our services and adding a clinical center in the Gaylord area,” said Krista Boe, Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and ACM’s Chief Clinical Officer. “Our clinical team has been serving clients in homes and in the Gaylord community for several years; this new center provides additional supports and treatment options for both our clients and our staff.”

The Gaylord location is now open for services and accepting new clients. “We are thankful for the opportunity to serve the students and families of this community and ultimately provide families the resources and tools necessary to teach and maintain skills that focus on the core deficits of autism,” said Liza Brandt, BCBA and ACM’s clinical lead in the Gaylord area.

About the Autism Centers of Michigan:

The Autism Centers of Michigan (ACM), a wholly owned subsidiary of Acorn Health, is a leading provider of intensive, evidence-based applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum and related disorders. ACM is certified as a Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE), serving hundreds of families in homes and clinical centers across the state of Michigan.

Founded in 2013, ACM is headquartered in Traverse City, Michigan. Acorn Health is a national provider of ABA therapy, with locations in Michigan, Virginia, and Florida.

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