October 15, 2019
InBloom AUTISM SERVICES OPENS NEW LEARNING CENTER IN CENTENNIAL, CO
InBloom Autism Services announced today that they have officially opened a new, state-of-the-art Learning Center for young children in the greater Denver area to receive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy as a form of prescribed treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The 7700 square-foot facility has a variety of different learning environments ranging from smaller therapy rooms for a more structured learning environment to a large open-concept playroom for naturalistic environment training/play-based learning, as well as smaller classrooms for children who are getting ready to transition into a school environment. The Learning Center is located in the Arapahoe Corporate Park at 12503 E Euclid Dr. in Centennial, and will be managed by InBloom’s Clinical Integrity Officer, Rachel Fox, MA, BCBA, and Regional Director of Operations, Joseph Creager.
Applied Behavior Analysis therapy is a scientifically-validated form of treatment frequently prescribed to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and is the primary form of care provided at InBloom Autism Services. InBloom has also worked to partner with local complementary therapy providers to help provide additional solutions to families seeking a variety of care for their children. InBloom accepts major commercial insurance plans as well as state-funded plans in Colorado as coverage for ABA therapy services.
InBloom Autism Services’ Founder and CEO, Kiel Rager, commented that “InBloom is committed to providing the highest quality of care to children impacted by ASD wherever there is a need and we are thrilled to now serve one of the most rapidly growing communities in the United States. The need for clinical integrity and compassionate care has never been higher in the Greater Denver area and we look forward to helping kiddos and families in need.”
“We are very excited to announce the opening of our Denver Learning Center. Through recent dialogue with stakeholders throughout the autism community in the area, we have recognized a significant need for a high-quality ABA provider with a dedicated focus on clinical integrity. We are proud to now be a part of the Denver list of community providers and look forward to assisting families through superior clinical focus, and in a location that will be able to serve all of the greater south Denver area,” said Creager.
The new Centennial location is the organization’s second in Colorado, as they also have a Learning Center where they currently provide ABA therapy to children in Colorado Springs. Caregivers looking for ABA therapy services can call 888-754-0398 to connect with InBloom’s Care Team, or visit InBloomautism.com/denver to inquire more today.