Acorn Health’s East Orange, Florida Center Relocated - Acorn Health

October 5, 2023

Acorn Health’s East Orange, Florida Center Relocated

CORAL GABLES, Fla., Oct. 5, 2023 — Acorn Health, a national provider of applied behavior analysis for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, relocated one of its centers in Orlando, Florida in September.

The new East Orange clinic – at 2000 N. Alafaya Trail, Suite 200 – offers a more expansive location with additional therapy delivery rooms to better serve clients and increase access to care. Service to current clients continued without disruption during the relocation.

“The new space is almost twice the size of our previous space and features two sensory gyms and a small group room,” says Megan Angulo, MS, BCBA, clinical director of the East Orange location. “Our small group space will be used for school readiness and social skill programs. We also created a quiet sensory space for clients to use when they need time to regroup.”

At the new East Orange center, Acorn Health has capacity to hire more ABA professionals to expand services and serve additional clients moving forward. Acorn Healthy typically serves children with autism diagnosis from 18 months through 21 years of age.

Community partners are invited to attend an open house at the new East Orange center from 5-7 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 26. Tours of the facility will be available and a ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place alongside members of the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce. Registration is appreciated, but not required. To RSVP to attend, please visit

About Acorn Health:

Acorn Health is an accredited Behavioral Health Center of Excellence® offering both center-based and in-home services nationwide in more than 70 centers located throughout Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia. Founded in 2018, Acorn is committed to providing industry-leading quality clinical care through applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy to give children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) the opportunity to live more independent and meaningful lives.

Cases of ASD are on the rise; according to the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control, one in 36 children is living with ASD. ABA therapy, a program endorsed by the U.S. Surgeon General, provides individualized plans for each patient based on agreed upon clear, measurable goals with the child’s family. Acorn Health uses its proprietary Behavioral Health Index to measure success in ways that are easily understood by families, clinicians and educators.

To learn more about Acorn Health, visit

To inquire about ABA therapy at Acorn Health, please call 844.244.1818.

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