Richardson Clinic Director Rebecca Durham said in a statement that the new location will offers more space and additional parking, allowing improved operations at the therapy center.
"Our new space is going to have monumental impacts both on the quality of therapy for the families we serve and the accessibility of [applied behavioral analysis] services in the Dallas area,” Durham said in a statement. “Quality [applied behavioral analysis] services that are easily accessible with short wait times are essential to long-term progress for children within the autism community.”
Founded in 2019, Apara utilizes applied behavioral analysis clinicians to help children ages 18 months and up. Apara offers part-time, full-time and in-home therapy options for a variety of services, including ongoing caregiver training, social and life skills training, and feeding programs.