Contact Information

Attain Childhood Development Center.

2710 Staten Rd
Orlando, FL 32804
Telephone: (407) 985-2780
Fax: (877) 271-3193

Childhood Development Center

Announcing the Childhood Development Center!

news-img1Attain Inc. is proud to present the Childhood Development Center (CDC), focused on providing high quality education and behavior services for youth with autism and similar developmental disabilities. We are committed to maximizing students’ potential by providing a full time school as well as applied behavior analysis after school services to individuals from 3 to 22 years of age through public school contracts, the McKay Scholarship program, Medicaid ABA and private insurance. Our goal is to create a learning environment to support the academic success of all students and families who enter our program.

The Childhood Development Center will be holding an Open House on Tuesday, October 29th from 6pm-8pm. Information will be available regarding enrollment in the program, our online instructional curriculum (the ACE©), our staff training methods, and funding sources. Refreshments will be available. Come meet Alix, Laura, and Craig and learn more about our program! This open house will be available to all parents, educators, and community members looking to find out more information about our program.

Please contact Alix Raymond by e-mail at or by phone at (407) 985-2779 to RSVP for this event!news-img2

Alix Raymond, M.S., BCBA

is the Program Manager for the CDC and has worked in residential, in-home, and in-school settings with children ages 3-22 with autism and behavior disorders for over six years.

Laura Maitland, B.S., Florida Certified ESE Teacher

is a former Orange County ESE teacher certified in Pre-K Primary Education, ESE, ESOL, and carries an endorsement in Autism Spectrum Disorders through the University of Central Florida.

Craig A. Cook, Ph.D., BCBA-D,

is the Executive Director of Attain and has over 25 years experience supporting people with developmental disabilities, including autism and Down Syndrome. Dr. Cook’s experience includes directing intensive educational programs, vocational and day services, as well as applied behavior analysis services.