Dennis May named CEO of Hopebridge
Innovative leader to champion expansion of services for escalating needs of children and families facing challenges related to autism.
Indianapolis, Ind. – August 23, 2016 –Hopebridge announced today that Dennis May, former CEO of hhgregg, has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the rapidly growing health care services provider. May became involved with Hopebridge while serving on the board.
May said, “From my first exposure to Hopebridge, I have been impressed with the range of services offered and the unique coordinated care plan that helps improve the quality of life of every person touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). I am thrilled to have this opportunity and to use my experience to help accelerate our expansion.”
As a leader in meeting the needs of children facing challenges related to autism and other chronic childhood conditions, Hopebridge currently has clinics serving communities across Indiana. Plans call for significant expansion in multiple states to meet the increasing needs of families touched by behavioral, physical, social, communication and sensory challenges.
Kim Strunk, president of Hopebridge said, “Dennis has a proven track record of successfully leading the rapid expansion of a multi-site organization that stretches across multiple states. We are excited that he is going to use his experience to help Hopebridge continue to grow and serve even more children and families.”
Utilizing an innovative proven team-based approach, Hopebridge creates a care plan, called Hopebridge360 TM which identifies the most effective personalized treatment plan to enhance social, language, sensory processing, and motor skill development in children with ASD.