Family Training

A child's family is the most important healer

Help beyond Hopebridge walls

The therapy your child receives at Hopebridge will be significant in his or her life. It is full of fun, challenges and progress, but it’s not the end-all, be-all, especially for kids with autism spectrum disorder. Caregivers must be involved at home and in other environmental situations in order to receive optimal outcomes.

That is why we provide tools that extend into the lives of every family that wants to see their child become successful. We work closely with parents to provide training to reinforce the skills practiced in therapy.

Training tailored for your family

As part of our Hopebridge 360 Care therapy programs, our caregiver education programs look different for each child since we modify training according to the needs and requests of the family. From regular meetings, to in-depth curriculum training, to supplying books and printouts, we want to see you serve as a champion for your child and will supply the tools to make it happen.

How can I impact my child’s therapy?

Once your child starts with us at Hopebridge, we’ll give you all the resources to make an even bigger developmental difference in his or her life. In the meantime, Hopebridge BCBA Clarissa Merchant out of our Indianapolis East center provided some tips on how to maximize a parent’s role in ABA therapy.


We’re here to ease burdens, not create them

We know it’s not always easy to take a kid with autism out of their comfort zone. As part of our dedication to individualized care, Hopebridge designs a personalized plan to help each family adapt to the impact of the child’s developmental condition. Our role is also to simplify your job, so we offer flexible schedules for therapy appointments at times that are convenient for your family.