Our mission is simple: Through the systematic approach of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we help children diagnosed with autism discover the world around them and learn daily living skills so they can actively participate in their communities and become the people they are meant to be.
ABA is a systematic, evidence-based, and proven way to improve socially significant behaviors in children diagnosed with autism.
Jeffrey Robinson, Ph.D., launched BCI in 2002 and grew the business to become the go-to provider of ABA intervention to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders in central Massachusetts. Dr. Robinson built his team by hiring people who are passionate and strive to support children through discovery and learning. Although Dr. Robinson retired in 2019, BCI’s team of professionals continue his legacy and share a common belief: children diagnosed with autism have unique abilities and gifts waiting to be discovered. We partner with families to identify goals and then assist their children with learning new skills to achieve important milestones in their social development.
BCI has experienced unparalleled growth over the past 18 years. This growth is directly related to our love for children and our mission to help them discover their unique abilities so they can discover more, learn more, and BE MORE.
BCI is part of the LEARN Behavioral national network, the leading network of providers serving children with autism and other special learning needs. LEARN specializes in behavioral health treatment based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and is committed to providing programs and services that are family-focused, personalized, community-minded, and delivered with the highest clinical integrity. The LEARN team delivers more than 2.5 million hours of service annually and is comprised of more than 5,000 passionate professionals dedicated to nurturing each child’s personal best. For more information, visit learnbehavioral.com.
BCI knows we’re not all the same.
Recognizing differences and tailoring our approach is at the core of what we do. That’s why we’re committed to fostering a culture that embraces what makes us each unique – be it race, ethnicity, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability/abilities or socioeconomic background. BCI aims to acknowledge the lived experiences and diversity of perspectives of our staff and the children and families we serve. We pledge to create a community centered around trust, respect, tolerance and empathy. Together, we’re better.