Madison Behavior Therapy Ribbon Cutting

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MADISON, Ala. (WHNT)-   Autism awareness month continues and Saturday at 11:00 a.m. a new center for ABA therapy will open its doors.

Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle and Madison Mayor Troy Trulock are joining forces to cut the ribbon at the new Madion Behavior Therapy in Providence at 475 Providence Main Street.

Madison behavior provides comprehensive and effective services in ABA style therapy, which is based on individual goals and objectives. The new Providence location has an additional three therapy rooms, a manding and sensory room and extensive areas to practice activities of daily living.

Madison Behavior Therapy also has a location on Hughes Road in Madison.

For more information visit the Madison Behavior Therapy website.

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