A Letter From Early Autism Project Co-Founder Ann Eldridge: Welcome 2017!

Date: January 19, 2017
Author: Ann Eldridge

Dear Early Autism Project Parents and Friends,

As we look forward to the opportunities of a hopeful, new year, I want to thank our therapists, support staff, parents and friends for their role in making 2016 a success. We provided services to more children than ever before.

We hired more talented, caring, collaborative therapists who are dedicated to providing customized ABA therapy programs to help ensure our children become as independent as possible. And, we opened four new South Caroline clinics – Beaufort, Spartanburg, Florence and Columbia Northeast; as well as clinics in Atlanta, Georgia and King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

We started a unique partnership with Spectrum Center Schools and Programs and opened clinics in Coral Springs, Florida and Wadsworth, Illinois. This collaboration provides Spectrum students and Early Autism Project clients and their families convenient access to high quality educational and therapeutic programs in one location.

More than decade ago when we started Early Autism Project our goal was to provide ABA therapy to as many children as possible. We continue to be committed to changing the direction of children’s lives by helping them develop the skills they need to reach their full potential and be active members of their community.

Seeing our children succeed motivates us to do the best job we can each and every day.

We are looking forward to another great year!

Sincerely,

Ann Eldridge, M.Ed., BCBA, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President and COO

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