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Birmingham, AL: Autism center celebrates 15 yrs; 4,000 kids served

Aug 12, 2020, Bham Now, Birmingham, AL: 15 years helping kids on the spectrum August marks the 15th anniversary of Mitchell’s Place.
Here’s a look at who they are and how they strive to help children with autism across the greater Birmingham area. Plus, learn how you can support their mission of unlocking every child’s potential.
Mitchell’s Place is an inclusive, accredited preschool and outpatient clinic located in Irondale near Liberty Park. Their mission: to improve the lives of children and families affected by autism
Nancy Meisler, Co-Founder, Mitchell’s Place
After years of searching for the help their son needed, the Meislers became frustrated by the lack of services and autism treatment options available. Fueled by frustration, the Meisler’s decided to take matters into their own hands.
In 2005, they created Mitchell’s Place with the goal of providing essential services, as well as hope, for families like their own. By August 2006, the facility was filled with children and a growing waitlist. The Meisler’s son, Mitchell, was 10 years old when the facility officially opened. …
One of the amazing things about Mitchell’s Place is their staff. From teachers and executives to those in administration and even janitorial services, I’ve witnessed first-hand how caring and friendly this group of employees is.
Since its beginning, the staff at Mitchell’s Place has helped over 4,000 children and their families in the Greater Birmingham area.
If you’re interested in enrolling your child at Mitchell’s Place, contact them now..


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