Homer's Journey on 'Good Day Live' During Autism Awareness Month
April 13, 2018
April 13, 2018
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, we partnered with WTWO News’ “Good Day Live” on a new series to highlight the kiddos we serve and educate the public on autism spectrum disorder. Last week’s segment featured Hopebridge Founder and CCO Kim Strunk, and this week, we had the chance to share the story of an extra-special someone to all of us at Hopebridge: Homer.
From what it’s like to experience signs of autism to transforming their lives through therapy at Hopebridge, Homer’s parents, Laura and Kevin, talk about their son’s progress. Check out the “Good Day Live” piece with Hopebridge here.
“HOPEBRIDGE: Homer’s Journey”
“Good Day Live,” WTWO News, Hazelmarie Anderson, Apr. 11, 2018
Stay tuned each week during April as we continue to follow the stories behind Hopebridge on “Good Day Live.” The TV segments air on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. and here and our blog Fridays.
If you want to keep up with Homer’s story, visit his father’s blog, “Homer’s Odyssey.”
Want to learn more about Hopebridge and the programs available to children with autism and other developmental delays? Connect with us here to get more information on diagnostic evaluations, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA Therapy), occupational therapy, speech therapy and all our other services.
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