ABA Therapy in Bentonville, AR
Thrive Autism solutions first opened its doors in Bentonville, AR in 2013. Our clinic was the first of its kind to offer ABA therapy in Bentonville, AR and surrounding areas. We are now the largest provider of ABA in all of Arkansas. We are also honored to have become CARF accredited prior to opening, and are one of the largest CARF accredited facilities in the regional Midwest.
Our mission is high quality therapy that is both engaging and fun for the child. Our state of the art clinic offers individualized treatment rooms that aim to support a range of ages and interests. For example, we have a "Teen room" that offers a unique set of activities and games that adolescents prefer. We also have a square hallway that connects multiple treatment rooms and spaces; a great set up to for a game of 'hide-and-seek'. We love having fun teaching social skills!
Thrive Autism Solutions
2601 N Walton
Bentonville, AR 72712
“Our staff members at Thrive have built a reputation locally not only for being kind and competent professionals, but for having a strong interest in collaboration with other professionals involved in the care of our clients. We seek to understand each child and family. This means that we should get to know those who teach and guide the children we work with outside of ABA therapy.
We are fortunate to work with a number of talented professionals across Northwest Arkansas collaboratively. The children we serve benefit from this unified and collaborative approach. We love to discover each child's unique and special qualities. We voice appreciation for how the children are already learning and foster growth as we begin therapy. We think we are the luckiest people on earth to be able to do this work each day.”Clinical Director, Jennifer Kirby MS, BCBA, LBA
Brandon Thurman is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. He received his Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis with a certificate in Autism from Ball State University and serves as the treasurer for the Arkansas Association for Behavior Analysis.
For the past ten years, he has worked with children and adolescents with disabilities in a variety of contexts including residential treatment, recreational day treatment, in-home, school, and clinic-based settings.
He’s passionate about collaborating closely with families, schools, and other therapists to teach clients pivotal and functional skills in creative and fun ways.