Aces for Autism grand opening

WINTERVILLE, N.C. (WITN) – Those with autism in Eastern Carolina now have a state-of-the-art facility that will help them learn and grow.

This afternoon was the grand opening for Aces for Autism’s new building on Worthington Road in Winterville. The facility provides learning labs and therapy space for individuals with autism.

Aces for Autism is a nonprofit education and treatment center that aims to help people with autism succeed in life, it offers treatment for young children as well as adults.

Founder Kyle Robinson is grateful that the community came together to make this vision a reality.

”Everybody can have a vision but it takes people to invest in that vision and people and businesses throughout eastern North Carolina have invested aces for autism from the get-go to make our vision become a reality so we are super thankful,” Says Robinson

The ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening of their new facility marks a fresh start for the organization. With the new facility, they aim to expand their services and reach more families in need.

Aces for Autism was created in 2014 and has been helping people for over 10 and a half years.

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