Local Autism Therapy Provider Expands in Northeast

KING OF PRUSSIA PA – Helping Hands Family, a provider of evidence-based autism therapy services that operates an autism center in Collegeville at 1 Iron Bridge Dr. Ste. 100, said Tuesday (March 7, 2023) it has further expanded into the Pittsburgh PA area.

Headquartered in King of Prussia, the company reported it now serves Allegheny County with locations in Mt. Lebanon, McCandless, Monroeville, and Pittsburgh. It called its growth across Pittsburgh and the Northeast region “a significant milestone.” With its expansion, Helping Hands Family claimed it has become Pennsylvania’s largest provider of applied behavior analysis.

Its autism therapy to children utilizes personalized treatment that focuses on each child’s individual needs, it said. A family-centered approach is used to maximize parent involvement, and to ensure treatment plans expand beyond the clinic into a child’s daily life, it added.

The company currently serves five states: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Maryland.

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