INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — BehaviorWorks Naturally ABA is expanding its clinic on the west side of Indianapolis. The company, which provides early intervention services for children with autism, says its new Early Childhood Learning wing will allow it to serve more children and create up to 15 jobs.
The company says it was able to take over the space adjoining its original clinic in January. The new wing will allow BehaviorWorks to serve children ages 3-5 with autism.
“Early intervention is key in kids with autism, so opening a dedicated wing for younger kids was a priority,” said Ann Baloski, chief executive officer of BehaviorWorks Naturally ABA. “We were thrilled that the space opened up allowing us to add these services adjacent to our current clinic.”
The company says the expansion will provide the opportunity to prepare more children on a daily basis with its School Readiness Program, which helps children develop skills to integrate into a classroom.
Financial details of the expansion are not being disclosed.