October 26, 2021
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–Limitless Behavioral Services and Consulting was welcomed to Hamilton by Mayor Jeff Martin with a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, September 24, 2021.
Limitless Behavioral Services and Consulting provides applied behavior analysis (ABA) services for children with autism spectrum disorder and similar behavioral or developmental disabilities. Founder, Rebecca Zegas began her career in Maryland at the Community Services for Autistic Adults & Children providing Early Intervention services in homes; she later returned to New Jersey to teach at the Princeton Child Development Institute and later taught students with autism in the South Brunswick School District.
Through her work, Zegas saw a need for additional services for children with ASD and similar behavioral or developmental disabilities in Mercer County. Zegas opened the Limitless Behavioral Services and Consulting in Lawrenceville but quickly saw the need to expand to a second location. She found the perfect space to expand at 3635 Quakerbridge Road in Hamilton due to its proximity to the existing center as well as to their students.
The Lawrenceville Center will now serve children ages 1-9, house their Social Sprouts Program, offer 1:1 ABA and Saturday Social Skills programs while the Hamilton location will serve children ages 10 and older, offer 1:1 ABA, and weeknight and Saturday Social Skills programs.
“It is truly remarkable to see the exceptional work Rebecca and her team at Limitless are doing for children in Hamilton and the surrounding communities. We are proud to welcome them to Hamilton,” said Mayor Jeff Martin.
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