This website is presently under reconstruction. Please contact us at 615-385-7994 with any questions and stay tuned for ongoing updates regarding our programs and services! Links to register for our 5K and SUMMER CAMPS are still active and applicable.

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Parents

I am a parent…

  • who suspects my child has Autism and am seeking an evaluation/diagnosis
  • of a child diagnosed with Autism and want to know more about customized care programs, training, or family counseling services
  • of an adolescent, teen or adult impacted by Autism and want to know more about Autism-specific counseling services or periodic psycho-educational evaluations

Partners

I am a …

  • local therapy provider who would like to learn more about becoming a BCA Community Care Partner
  • school, church or other agency that would like specialized consultation services or professional development to help our team better serve our children with Autism on an as-needed or ongoing basis
  • individual seeking to become a Registered Behavior Technician with added BCA-Model Training
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Donors

I am a donor…

  • wishing to make a tax deductible charitable gift to assist a specific child, or a general donation to support the work of The Brown Center
  • wanting to donate supplies or other items to support to work of The Brown Center

The BCA Way

The Brown Center for Autism is a 501(c)3 charitable organization serving families and children impacted by an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the communities in which they live. The Brown Center (BCA) was founded in 2008 in Nashville, TN as the first of its kind providing fully integrated, early intervention based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and including comprehensive whole-family support and involvement. We invite you, as a parent, school or a provider, to contact us to learn more about all BCA offers our families and communities!

The BCA Influence

Families, educators, and interns from a dozen U.S. states and from as far as Japan, Belgium, France, Canada and Russia have relocated to Nashville to become part of the Brown Center. The Brown Center’s comprehensive family approach to intervention has been changing the landscape of traditional autism treatment since 2008. It is our firm belief that intensive collaboration and communication is the core of successful intervention for children with autism. Because of this unique approach and strong, data-driven outcomes, our Nashville-based program is sought out internationally.