Growing health care provider opening facility, hiring 120 in Lehigh Valley

NeurAbilities staff work with a child while wearing protective equipment. PHOTO/SUBMITTED


NeurAbilities Healthcare, a New Jersey-based provider of health care services for people with autism and other neurological conditions is opening a new treatment center in the Lehigh Valley next month, creating 120 jobs in the field.

The company will be hiring people to work with children in both clinic and home-based settings, including behavior technicians, behavior consultants, behavior analysts, and mobile therapists. NeurAbilities will also be hiring for administrative roles.

The new facility will offer diagnostic services as well as treatment rooms. NeurAbilities specializes in providing applied behavior analysis for children with autism. Besides clinical and home treatment, telehealth services are also available.

The new NeurAbilities center is located at 1405 Cedar Crest Blvd, Suite 109, in South Whitehall Township and will feature an amusement park design to accommodate children with autism and developmental delays.

It will include special lighting and temperature controls to address sensory sensitivities; flooring in the gym to provided protection and absorb sound and individual and group treatment rooms where children can practice social skills with trained therapists

The healthcare provider, which is based in Voorhees, New Jersey, said it is currently in a period of rapid growth and has recently opened treatment clinics in King of Prussia and Bala Cynwyd, as well as in Freehold and Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

It also has medical diagnostic centers in King of Prussia, Voorhees and Wall Township.