Autism Therapy Center Plans Move to Brooklyn Center
The Brooklyn Center City Council approved a permit for Helena Autism Therapy Center to operate out of a building on Brooklyn Boulevard. The Center plans to move out of Fridley because they want to build a playground for its clients. Their current facility doesn’t have space for a playground.
The three-story building houses multiple tenants and this therapy center would be the largest tenant. The city says the center’s desire for a playground is fueling the relocation. The Helena Autism Therapy Center serves children in ages from 2 1/2 to 7 years old and works with approximately 20 children during morning and afternoon sessions.