According to the CDC, 1 in 45 children in the United States is diagnosed with Autism. In New Jersey, that number is higher at 1 in 35 children. In 2021, it was reported that 2.8% of 8 year-olds in New Jersey had autism, the second highest rate in the nation. To address the need for care in the region, Bierman Autism Centers (Bierman) is furthering its commitment to the community by opening a third early-intervention ABA therapy center in the state.
Lauren Kryzak, Bierman’s Regional Clinical Director of New Jersey, is native to the region and has stated: “Bierman’s center-based model is somewhat unique for our area. With Bierman’s commitment to ABA services for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, we are seeing amazing outcomes and graduating more clients than ever before. The Princeton area has had a need for ABA providers for years, so we are grateful to offer our services for this community.”
Bierman’s early intervention services teach children fundamental skills, such as self-advocacy and communication, to become more independent, face daily challenges, and have a more fulfilled life.
The Princeton location is 746 Alexander Park Dr, Suite 100, West Windsor Township, NJ 08540. The other Bierman locations in the state are Berkeley Heights and Eatontown.
All three centers offer ABA Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Diagnostic services. In New Jersey, Bierman accepts most major insurance providers.
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Bierman Autism Centers is a place where kids as young as 18 months to 9 years of age engage in play to learn foundational skills they can build on, such as self-advocacy and communication. They recognize that every kid’s success is unique, and their one-on-one approach allows them to drive progress, and measurable outcomes, while each child is advancing on their own terms.
With over 200 graduations, Bierman currently has centers and is expanding in: Arizona, Indiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Jersey, and Rhode Island. For more about Bierman Autism Centers, visit www.biermanautism.com or contact Alexis Ducharme at firstname.lastname@example.org.