Ask Shannon Ellis what word comes to mind when thinking about how VIA changed her son Hayden’s life, and she’ll say: dignity.
“VIA gave him his dignity–he can go out and be in public and be a part of his community,” she said.Full Story
Intensive behavior therapies and parent training in home, in school, or in clinic.Learn More
Virginia Institute of Autism and St. Vincent's Home rebrand as VIA Centers of Neurodevelopment, creating a more inclusive future for their clients and families.Full Story
Over 100 golfers participated in the 2023 VIA golf tournament held at The Club at Glenmore on Wednesday, May 24. This year’s tournament was sponsored by Faulconer Construction, Perkins + Will, and Skanska.Full Story
Twenty-five years ago, Damien visited the United States for the first time from his home in Ireland. His experiences that summer set him on the career path that would eventually lead him to Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center (BRAAC). BRAAC merged with VIA in January 2023.Full Story
Since coming to BRAAC, she has done it all! Sam started out in-home, left to work as a guidance counselor, and then returned to lead as a program director traveling to consult in different school districts, and finally leading as program director at the center.Full Story
VIA is accredited by CARF International – the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and by VAISEF – the Virginia Association of Independent Specialized Education Facilities.