A new autism therapy center serving children, adolescents and young adults opened its doors in Costa Mesa Thursday, Nov. 8.
This is the first autism treatment center in California owned and operated by Centria, a Michigan-based company that has 23 other centers nationwide, said Rick Loewenstein, chief strategy and growth officer.
The center, he said, will focus on Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA, a therapy based on the science of learning and behavior. The goal of ABA therapy in autism is to increase behaviors that are more conducive to learning and development in real-world scenarios.
The center will accept all health insurance plans [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register