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Two Boston Area Autism and Developmental Disabilities Therapy Locations Now Open

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 10:50 AM CDT, Tue, July 24,2018

Puddingstone Place locations provide world-renowned programming developed at Boston Children’s Hospital to improve overall quality of life for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities

Middleboro, MA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/24/2018 -- Puddingstone Place has opened two locations in the Boston area including in Middleboro and Wellesley, Massachusetts. Each location provides those with autism and other developmental disabilities programming that was developed at Boston Children's Hospital in coordination with Dr. Howard C. Shane, a world-renowned communication disorders and autism clinician and researcher. Each new location will hold an Open House over the next few weeks. Community members, those with communication disorders and their family and friends are invited to join at these events.

Open House Dates for Each Location:

Wellesley, MA Open House: Wednesday, August 1, 2018 | Time: 6:00 PM
42 Washington Street, Suite 110
Wellesley Hills, MA 02481

Middleboro, MA Open House: Monday, August 13, 2018 | Time: 6:30 PM
47 E Grove Street, Suite 102
Middleboro, Ma 02346

"We are very proud to have opened our first two Puddingstone Place locations in Middleboro and Wellesley. Our facilities are the foundation for the next step in supporting individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities to enjoy a better overall quality of life. We couldn't be happier starting this national revolution from a more apt place than Boston, Massachusetts," said Elaine Crosby, CEO of Puddingstone Place.

The Visual Immersion SystemTM (VIS), developed by Dr. Shane, is a comprehensive framework and instructional philosophy for supporting communication and teaching language skills to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. In addition to supporting a more traditional, spoken-language approach, the VIS also includes a strong focus on use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to help bring about measurable progress in learners with a broad range of diagnoses, profiles, communication modalities, and goals.

If you would like more information on Puddingstone Place or to interview Elaine Crosby or a member of the clinical staff, please contact Jake Burns at 781-349-5444 x701 or email at jake@bjcbranding.com. Images of Puddingstone Place are available upon request.

About Puddingstone Place
Puddingstone Place provides world-renowned programming developed at Boston Children's Hospital to enhance communication, support behavioral changes, and improve overall quality of life for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. Puddingstone Place creates world-class therapies using the latest learning technology. http://www.puddingstoneplace.com/

For more information on this press release visit:

Media Relations Contact
Jake Burns
781-349-5444 x701
Email: Click to Email Jake Burns
Web: http://www.puddingstoneplace.com/