Springfield Center Now Open!

We are proud to announce the opening of our fourth full-service ABA therapy center in Springfield, VA. This center is ready to serve clients immediately with diagnostic services as well as full-time ABA, Speech and Occupational therapy for young children until they are ready to begin kindergarten. 

This new location expands services for families throughout Fairfax County, southern Maryland, DC and northern Prince William County. Our program provides children with 40 hours of therapy every week. The Springfield Center joins existing centers in Chantilly, Virginia as well as Beltsville and Rockville, Maryland. 

Ally Behavior Centers was founded in 2019 by clinicians and healthcare professionals with a goal to provide the best quality treatment for young children with autism in the DC area.  Our full-time, center-based approach is proven by research as the most effective option available.  

Parents often contact us or are referred by their pediatrician when their child is starting to show signs or symptoms of autism as young as 18 months old. Our psychology and pediatric development team is able to provide a prompt evaluation so parents can begin to determine treatment for their child. Other families are referred after being diagnosed with autism and can immediately start the process to enroll.  There are no waitlists currently for our centers in Virginia.

“Opening Springfield is part of our long-term goal to bring much needed services to families affected by autism in the DC Metro area and beyond, “ shared CEO Michael Rudy. “We’ve set out on a mission to not only get families answers about their child’s development, but also offer a program that gives each child the best chance to thrive once they begin kindergarten.” 

To inquire about a diagnostic evaluation for autism or full-time ABA therapy in the areas we serve, visit our website and complete the form.  Check your email for next steps but know if you have questions, we’re just a phone call away,  (240) 342-2666.

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