Empowering Children to Grow

The Brandywine Center for Autism offers educational and behavioral health services to children on the autism spectrum at two locations in Delaware. We provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy services to children from age two through adolescence. By identifying individual learning styles and capitalizing on each child’s unique strengths, we provide children with the skills they need to realize their full potential.

Get Ready To…

  • Increase school-readiness
  • Build self-help skills and life skills to promote independence
  • Teach play skills
  • Improve language, communication, and conversational skills
  • Enjoy home, community, and center-based settings

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(302) 762-2636

TWO LOCATIONS IN DELAWARE


WILMINGTON
210 Bellefonte Avenue
Wilmington, DE 19809
(302) 762-2636

MILFORD
1010-1012 Mattlind Way
Milford, DE 19963
(302) 503-3120

OUR FOUNDERS


Brandywine Center for Autism Founders

Meet our founders, Marcus and Diliana Henry and their children Gabby and Alex. Their son Alex was diagnosed with autism shortly after turning three. Like many parents of children on the ASD spectrum they started looking for treatment options.

Among the many mainstream and alternative interventions, ABA came recommended unanimously from parents and professionals in the field. Unfortunately, Delaware did not offer center-based programming where Alex could get the intensive treatment he needs.

After exploring options in neighboring states, Marcus and Diliana decided to invest their resources in bringing people with ABA expertise and qualifications to Delaware to provide these services in our state.

Brandywine Center for Autism opened doors in October 2014. Alex was among it first clients, a place where he and other special kids like him can get the services they need and feel at home.

Meet Our Staff

  • Since she started social skills, we’ve noticed that her behaviors, responses, and attitudes have changed and improved so much at home. She is even able to control not to have meltdowns! She has way more confident than before. So hopefully, this positivity applies to her classroom environment as well. Best of all, Adair tells me that she can’t wait to go to “play group”.

    Kyoko R.