On Saturday, April 28, 2018, Centria Autism Services was a proud sponsor of Superhero Saturday at Cherry Hill Mall in New Jersey! This was an action-packed day of fun for local kids, and was free to every family that attended.
Meet William DeYonker, Brand Ambassador at Centria Healthcare! William is an award-winning videographer and an internationally renowned pool trick shot artist. And he also has autism.
On Feb. 22, 2018, Centria Healthcare was honored to have Molly Ola Pinney, Founder and CEO of the Global Autism Project, on-site at our Novi HQ as a special guest speaker during our Company Lunch!
On Feb. 22, 2018, Centria Healthcare was honored to have Tom Constand, President and CEO of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI), on-site as a special guest speaker during our Company Lunch!
Learn more about Centria's Speaker Spotlight Series, and what professional development opportunities we offer to our BCBAs!
Local Families are Invited to Enjoy an Accommodating Movie Experience at Emagine Theatres!
Feb 19, 2018 - Centria Healthcare is thrilled to announce its first-ever grant, which was awarded to Autism Moms Know Safety!
Centria Healthcare to Present Superhero Autism Activity Day for New Jersey Families
Feb. 13, 2018: Follow our #CentriaCares employees on their journey with Art Road, bringing creative art projects to classrooms in Detroit!
Find out how our Centria employees have been giving back to the community!
January 26, 2018 Join us in congratulating Ramses Leyva, Operations Director at Centria Healthcare, for being named a Behavioral Health Star by the State of New Mexico’s Behavioral Health Planning Council (BHPC)! This prestigious award...
Follow our CentriaCares volunteer team on their journey to Gleaners Distribution Center in Pontiac, Michigan!
Free Holiday Event to Provide Sensory-Friendly Accommodations for Children with Autism
James Macon, M.Ed., BCBA, shares some helpful ABA strategies to get the most out of the Thanksgiving holiday.
For kids with autism, Halloween can be a very different and even scary experience. The good news: with some proper training and practice, we can quickly teach our kids why Halloween is so much fun!
Back-to-School can be a difficult time for anyone, be it a student, parent, or teacher. It can be especially difficult for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which in turn can magnify the difficulty for those closest to them.
Tips for helping your child, and your family, manage the sensory experience of our nation’s mid-summer holiday.
Autism Friendly Movies is now available at 2 new locations. Emagine Theaters Rochester 200 Barclay Cir, Rochester Hills, MI 48307 Emagine Theaters Woodhaven 21720 Allen Rd, Woodhaven, MI 48183