Bangor’s new autism center will connect kids with therapy during most impactful life stage


A center that provides individualized therapy to young children with autism will open in Bangor on Monday.

Heartleaf ABA will teach children ages 2-6 a variety of skills to prepare them to function and succeed in everyday settings from school to grocery stores, according to National Clinical Director Katie Arnold. Those include motor skills, social skills, eating, communication and using the bathroom.

The center on Griffin Road is Heartleaf’s first brick-and-mortar location after the organization started out exclusively offering home visits.


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