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Autism services provider Potential opens in Warminster


During an open house and ribbon cutting celebration held on Tuesday, Oct. 19, Potential – a provider of autism services for adults and children – officially opened its second center.
The new site, which is located at 626 Jacksonville Road, Warminster, will meet the needs of approximately 20 clients a week and provides easy access to several restaurants and parks nearby.
“It’s always been my desire to provide quality autism services for as many people as possible,” said Potential founder, President and CEO Kristine Quinby. “There is a long wait list for these services in our region and while this new center won’t eliminate the list, it will help bring us one step closer.”

In addition to Potential staff, families, donors, and volunteers, this milestone celebration drew government officials, members of the Central and Lower Bucks Chambers of Commerce, and friends from throughout the community.
The site is made possible through donor support as well as proceeds from Potential’s annual Car Show for Autism and its End-of-Year Appeal, which launches in November. More information about Potential can be found at