A regional provider of healthcare services for people with autism and other neurological conditions will open a facility in Freehold Township on Nov. 15. The new facility is part of a major expansion for Voorhees-based NeurAbilities.
“Many New Jersey children are on wait lists for diagnostic evaluations and treatment. Our expansion will help fill this gap so more children and families can receive the services and supports they deserve,” said Kathleen Stengel, chief executive officer of NeurAbilities Healthcare.
The new center has been designed for children with autism, primarily from the ages of 14 months to 15 years, but also older if appropriate. The Freehold Township location will be at 20 Gibson Place.