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Greenfield, IN: ABA facility outgrows location; open house Sat.

Mar 29, 2023, Greenfield (IN) Reporter: New autism therapy center to host open house

Elizabeth Chapple says she’s always had a heart for kids.

That love is what led her to open Chapple House Therapies — an Applied Behavioral Analysis center for autistic kids — which now has a new home along the Mt. Comfort corridor.

The public is invited to tour the facility from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22, which coincides with Autism Awareness Month….

Chapple said she was motivated to open a new center in the Greenfield area due to a lack of ABA clinics between Greenfield and Indianapolis. She was also drawn to the accessibility of the location just off I-70 and Mt. Comfort Road.

She’s now working with 18 families in the Hancock County area, and plans to turn the new center into her new headquarters after outgrowing an Indianapolis location….

She was introduced to an ABA clinic by a parent of one of the children she cared for. “I saw how systematic and how fun the teaching was, and that it was so beneficial and effective. Ever since then it’s felt like second nature to me,” she said.

Chapple feels a sense of accomplishment whenever she’s able to help a family meet their goals, like helping a child go from non-verbal to verbal, or to help a child start interacting more with their family….

Elizabeth Chapple is director of a new autism center located off of Mt. Comfort Road in Hancock County. The center will deal directly with children with clients coming from in and around Hancock County as well as Indianapolis. Wednesday, March 29, 2023.


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