Hopebridge Continues Pediatric Autism Therapy Center Expansion in Arizona
April 19, 2021
April 19, 2021
To meet the growing need for autism services in Arizona, we’re expanding our innovative interdisciplinary care across the state to families in need in Flagstaff, Mesa, Tucson North, Phoenix Central, Surprise and Tempe, bringing a total of 12 centers to the state.
The six new centers serving Arizona are now accepting appointments for diagnostic evaluations:
Hopebridge also operates centers in Gilbert, Glendale, Litchfield Park, North Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tucson East. To schedule a diagnostic appointment or a private tour of a Hopebridge center, please visit at hopebridge.com/contact.
“We recognize that there continues to be a great need for autism services in Arizona,” said Chris Sutton, Hopebridge VP of Marketing and Business Development. “These new centers will provide hundreds of families with faster access to autism diagnostics and our 360 Care services, all closer to home. Every moment counts, and we’re dedicated to helping children live their best lives.”
Hopebridge centers in Arizona will ensure hundreds of children touched by autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental delays will have the chance to receive the life-changing care they need, beginning with diagnostic assessments and applied behavior analysis (ABA therapy). Hopebridge is currently scheduling diagnostic and ABA evaluations at all centers.
Additionally, the new Hopebridge Arizona centers will ultimately create more than 300 new jobs throughout the state to ensure every child receives one-on-one, personalized therapy. The coordinated, complementary teams will consist of top Board Certified Behavioral Analysts (BCBA), registered behavior technicians (RBT), clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and other industry professionals. Positions are available to apply at hopebridge.com/jobs.
Hopebridge offers a unique, interdisciplinary approach, 360 Care, which allows the team to create personalized plans of care aimed at meeting the needs of each child through diagnostics, applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.
Hopebridge’s individualized center-based care offers a wide range of benefits to Arizona’s families living with autism, including:
“Our 360 Care model places early intervention and early diagnosis at the forefront, so we can equip families with the services they need to succeed sooner,” said Dr. Adam Hahs, Hopebridge VP of Clinical Services. “Our growing team of interdisciplinary therapists receive the highest level of training, supervision and collaboration, so we can provide the utmost clinical quality to families in Arizona.”
For a complete list of Hopebridge centers and services, visit hopebridge.com/centers.