Press Release (ePRNews.com) - ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Feb 26, 2020 - Recently, the Autism Council of Rochester and its entire volunteer staff successfully completed the extensive training through the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards and received the global designation of Certified Autism Center™.
Partnering with IBCCES enhances Autism Council of Rochester’s ability to develop and design more specific and specialized services going forward for individuals with autism and other sensory disorders. The designation shows their continued commitment to ensure their ability to meet the ever-changing needs of persons living with autism in the community.
“We are proud to partner with IBCCES to set the standard for autism resources in our community. This important certification sets our agency apart, as the only globally credentialed provider of Autism Services in Rochester, Monroe County, and Upstate New York,” said Lawana Jones, founder and CEO of the Autism Council of Rochester.
For almost 20 years, IBCCES has been the industry leader in cognitive disorder training and certification for education, healthcare, and corporate professionals around the globe. IBCCES provides evidence-based training and certification programs created in conjunction with clinical and special education experts, along with individuals with autism, in order to provide professionals serving individuals with cognitive disorders a better understanding of best practices when working with a neurodiverse population.
“We’re excited to continue working with the professional team at the Autism Council of Rochester to support their important mission,” said Myron Pincomb, IBCCES Board Chairman.
The Autism Council of Rochester is grateful to have achieved the IBCCES global certification designation of Certified Autism Center™.
Meredith Tekin, President of IBCCES, 904.508.0135 or 904.434.1534, email@example.com
Lawana Jones, CEO/Founder of Autism Council of Rochester, 585.314.5048, firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Spinner, Autism Council of Rochester, 585.366.4195, email@example.com