Welcome to Brandon’s Place

A personal approach to supporting the autism community 

Brandon’s Place is a brand new non profit organization located in Oakwood Village that provides personalized and interactive services to the autism community. We are a non therapeutic center.  Our focus is providing recreational opportunities for individuals with autism and their families.  We serve those just diagnosed through adulthood. All you have to do is find a fun and exciting program, sign up and have fun! 

Brandon’s Place will be on FOX 8 News this month! Check the sidebar for a full listing of scheduled days and times.

 Our Personal Journey                                                                                                    

Mom and Brandon Website

Brandon’s Place was developed from my own personal journey in raising my son Brandon. Shortly after he was born, I noticed something was different from his older brother Alex.  Brandon wasn’t reaching any of the same milestones that Alex had reached.  When Brandon was 1 year old, I started seeking help from his pediatrician.  After explaining to the doctor the many struggles Brandon was facing I remember asking the question, “If this was your child what would you do?”  He said he would make an appointment with a neurologist.  Trusting the doctor’s advice, I made an appointment immediately.  During his appointment, the neurologist recommended an MRI, and when the results came back a week later, the doctor said “there is nothing medically wrong with your son” and sent us on our way.  

What happened next changed our lives forever —

Mom‘s and Dad’s of Brandon’s Place are happy...

"We LOVE Brandon’s Place. My daughter is 17 and has participated in almost every imaginable therapy and recreational activity. Not only does my daughter look forward to Mondays for Social Club and Art, it is my favorite day of the week. To hear my daughter laugh, and almost be giddy, having pure fun without being anxious is absolutely priceless. It is so powerful - I actually have hope for her future instead of being worried about what the future holds." Susan ~Mom~

Check out our NEW blog page!

Learn everything from autism to yoga

This is an interactive page so jump right in and read great articles and comment on what you read. There is even a blog dedicated to posting your very own thoughts and ideas.  We’d love to hear from you!  Read blog

A sneak peak of the information you can expect to see on our blog page is listed to the right on the sidebar.  Enjoy!