Fort Wayne Autism Center expanding

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): The Fort Wayne Autism Center is getting a third location.

Inside Indiana Business reports that the center’s new facility, slated for the southwest side of Fort Wayne and expected to open in December, will offer “applied behavior analysis” (ABA) therapy programs, occupational therapy and speech therapy to children diagnosed on the autism spectrum.

Although the new facility is set to open in December, an open house and ribbon cutting are set for early 2017.

“We are very excited to be growing into a new location,” said Danielle Pelz, vice president of the Fort Wayne Autism Center. “An expansion to the southwest part of town ensures access to our full range of programs for children with Autism in the greater Fort Wayne area. The communities we work in greatly benefit from our resources.”

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