Hopebridge Expands Pediatric Autism Therapy Centers in 3 States
June 16, 2020
June 16, 2020
One of the largest autism therapy healthcare providers in the nation, Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers is expanding its innovative mix of multidisciplinary services closer to home for hundreds of children in Arizona, Georgia, and Indiana. Hopebridge brings more than 15 years of knowledge, experience, and services to children and families impacted by autism at six new locations in three states.
“Our key focus is to provide support and essential therapy services to as many children with autism spectrum disorder as possible,” said Hopebridge CEO Dennis May. “Many parents are searching for answers and need solutions. By bringing Hopebridge centers to these 6 new locations, hundreds of families will benefit from faster access to autism therapy services closer to home.”
Hopebridge is committed to reducing evaluation wait times, in an effort to provide diagnoses and personalized therapy services at a younger age. Hopebridge is currently scheduling diagnostic assessments for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy evaluations.
Hopebridge offers a unique, interdisciplinary approach, Hopebridge360™, which allows the team to create personalized plans of care aimed at meeting the needs of each child through diagnostics, applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers has a wide range of benefits and services, including:
“Identifying delays and challenges earlier in life and intervening during their greatest developmental years is crucial,” said Hopebridge Chief Clinical Officer Kim Strunk. “We work with the child and their families to develop the tools needed to continue onto success in school and long-term independence.”
This expansion is expected to create more than 325 new jobs, which ensures every child at Hopebridge receives one-on-one therapy. The collaborative teams consist of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), registered behavior technicians (RBT), clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists and other industry professionals. To learn more about job opportunities with Hopebridge, visit hopebridge.com/jobs/all-open-positions.
The 6 new centers serving the Arizona, Georgia, and Indiana autism communities are:
Hopebridge announced earlier this year planned expansions in Colorado and Minnesota. These centers will begin accepting patients for diagnostic services in late fall with in-center therapy to begin January 2021.
To schedule a diagnostic appointment, ABA evaluation or private tour of a Hopebridge center, please visit hopebridge.com/contact. For a complete list of Hopebridge centers and services, visit hopebridge.com/centers.
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