Autism therapy provider Helping Hands Family is opening two more clinics in New Jersey, it announced this week.
The King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based organization, which has its first Garden State clinic in Mount Laurel, also has three clinics in its home state and another in New York state. The new clinics will be located in Brick Township and Mullica Hill.
HHF offers Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children with autism.
“HHF is proud to offer a comprehensive training program for our behavior technicians and (Board Certified Behavior Analysts),” Jessica McGlone, director of quality & education, said in a prepared statement. “We believe that thoughtful training, mentorship and support will provide the necessary high-quality services to the families we serve and will grow competent and confident clinicians who will continue to contribute to the field of ABA.”