Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of Butterfly Effects ABA Therapy Center
New Orleans, LA
Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 10:00am
RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY
BUTTERFLY EFFECTS ABA THERAPY CENTER
On Tuesday, January 10, 2017 at 10:00am, Jefferson Parish Council Woman Jennifer Van Vrancken, Jefferson Parish Administration and Butterfly Effects, LLC will celebrate the opening of the first freestanding Center for Autism Therapy.
The new facility is a modern, state-of-the-art 6,000 square foot Center for ABA Therapy to provide services for those on the Autism Spectrum. The center is located at 4201 N. I-10 Service Road in Metairie (behind the Target Store on Veterans Boulevard and Clearview Parkway). The Center offers full day, half day and after-school programming to meet the individual needs of children ages 2-21 years old.
“It makes me so proud to see businesses meeting the needs of families in Jefferson Parish, ensuring our children with autism are nurtured to succeed,” stated Councilwoman Jennifer Van Vrancken, Council District 5. “Children with Autism who receive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy at an early age show significant developmental progress,” stated Amanda Fullbright, Butterfly Effects’ Director of Clinical Services. “We are excited and pleased to expand our therapy programming in the New Orleans metro-area through center-based services, as the volume of persons living with Autism continues to grow,” expressed Jill Jacobson, Butterfly Effects’ President
Established in 2005, Butterfly Effects provides client and family-centric ABA Therapy services in more than 30 markets in 9 states, combining national resources with a local feel in order to offer the best client/family and team member experience.