Bloom Behavioral Solutions, Inc. was co-founded in 2012 by Genevieve Covington and Rebekah King, both Board Certified Behavior Analysts. The practice was founded to provide services to families in our community with an approach to focus on the specific needs of the client.
We specialize in autism treatment, autism evaluations, and communicative disorders and have two convenient locations:
We have Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and offer Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). By providing applied behavior analysis, occupational therapy, speech therapy, diagnostic testing, early intervention, and in-home therapy, we are able to collaborate on treatment plans tailored to the individual needs of each client. Through our unique approach, each patient is given the opportunity to receive a highly comprehensive therapeutic experience. Please contact us for more information on how we can assist you with your therapeutic needs. We look forward to helping you and your loved ones!
New or Prospective Clients, please click on the following New Patient Profile to complete basic information. Once successfully submitted, a clinical representative will contact you shortly. Thank you, we greatly look forward to treating your family.
Petit Sprouts is an Early Intensive Intervention Program provided during 1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy. This early intervention program has been designed with designated opportunities/activities throughout the day to address social and communication goals for our patients between the ages of 18 months to 5 years of age. This program also allows certain patients preparing for kindergarten to work on independent and group goals as outlined within their individualized POC. Please contact us for a tour or more information.LEARN MORE
Our clinic is over 6,000 square feet! We are situated on the old Baymeadows golf course with beautiful views of the lush landscape and lots of wildlife.TAKE THE TOUR
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