Hopebridge Teams with 'Good Day Live' to Educate During Autism Awareness Month
April 04, 2018
April 04, 2018
This week has been a great start to Autism Awareness Month! We’ve already seen landmarks around the country Light It Up Blue and host community walks to show support. The Indiana Pacers are celebrating with a special Autism Society of Indiana Night Out for families touched by ASD. “Sesame Street” is continuing its spotlight on autism, with new episodes featuring its character, Julia, and an autism-friendly designation at the Sesame Place theme park. And now WTWO News’ “Good Day Live” is working with us on a new series to shine a light on our amazing kiddos here at Hopebridge.
Hopebridge Founder and CCO Kim Strunk stopped by the “Good Day Live” studio this week to give the crew a preview of what they and families can expect when they visit the autism therapy centers. From one-on-one Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA therapy) to parent training options, check out the segment below to see what they had to say about Hopebridge and how it impacts the autism community in the Midwest:
“HOPEBRIDGE: AUTISM AWARENESS”
“Good Day Live,” WTWO News, Hazelmarie Anderson, Apr. 4, 2018
Stay tuned each week during April to follow Hopebridge and one special kiddo’s family on “Good Day Live.” The TV segments air on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. and here and our blog Fridays.
To find out more about how Hopebridge can help your child blossom into his or her best life, connect with us here to get more information on the services.