Caravel Autism Health (“Caravel”), a leading provider of Applied Behavioral Analysis (“ABA”) therapy to
children with autism announce an expansion of their services into the Mankato and surrounding areas
With Caravel’s focus on clinical excellence and best outcomes using ABA therapy, this expansion will
provide access to high-quality treatment services for those children and families impacted by autism in
the Mankato, New Ulm and other nearby communities in Minnesota. Caravel will offer treatment
options that include in-center treatment, in-home treatment or a hybrid of both: allowing families to
choose the optimal treatment setting to meet the needs of their child and family.
Caravel began providing services in the Rochester area in June of this year and will be moving into their
permanent location at 1470 Industrial Blvd in Rochester this fall.
Caravel Vice President of Minnesota Clinical Operations Jackie Vick said, “There has been a lot of communication with service providers from Mankato, New Ulm and other nearby communities who have shared their concern for children not
having timely access to early intervention treatment that is crucial to their development and long-term
success. We are very excited at Caravel to address this need and provide children and their families with
a service option that will change their lives and have long-term impact. There are many caring
individuals that want what’s best for children and all of us, at Caravel are eager to be a partner and
service provider for these wonderful communities”.
Mike Miller, Chief Executive Officer noted, “Caravel’s continued expansion into Minnesota allows us to
bring our experience, our passion for clinical quality and our commitment to families and clients forward
to the Mankato and surrounding communities. We will be able to further our mission and serve more
children and their families.”
Caravel will be hosting informational sessions on Friday and Saturday, August 23rd and 24th at Blue Earth
County Historical Society in Mankato and on Friday and Saturday, September 20th and 21st at Brown
County Community Services Building in New Ulm.
These informational sessions will be opportunities for families, professionals and community members to come learn more about intensive autism treatment and services available through Caravel Autism Health. Additionally, families concerned that their child may be impacted by autism will be able to secure an appointment to meet with a mental
health professional and complete an autism screening.
More information about this event can be found at www.caravelautism.com. Families interested in learning more about treatment can also contact the Client Intake Team at 1-844-583-5437.