Fishers Autism Therapy Center
Hopebridge is happy to offer ABA therapy for the kids and family of Fishers, Indiana.
Let us help you give your child the best possible chance at success. Evidence shows early identification and early interventions starting at 15 months to 7 years of age have a major impact on school readiness and overall progress for children with autism and developmental delays.
From autism diagnosis assessments and applied behavior analysis (ABA therapy), to parent training and other complementary therapies, we can help your kiddo build the communication and functional living skills he or she needs to thrive. Contact us to start the conversation and schedule an evaluation to get your child started on the path to a brighter future.
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Serving the Autism Community of Fishers, Indiana
Serving the Families of Fishers
As one of the fastest-growing cities northeast of downtown Indianapolis, it is easy to understand how the need for autism-related diagnostic and therapy services has also risen in Fishers. With deep roots in and around the state since 2005, Hopebridge strives to continue to better the lives of Indiana’s families by providing more opportunity and independence for the future of Hamilton County – their children.
The Fishers Center serves the areas of:
- Noblesville, IN
- Pendleton, IN
- Fortville, IN
- McCordsville, IN
- Lawrence, IN
- Indianapolis, IN
Early Behavior and Communication Challenges to Look for in Babies and Toddlers
The sound of the first cry. The first time the eyes blink open. The first tooth that pokes through. There are many ‘firsts’ parents look for, whether it be signs that the baby finally arrived, or developmental milestones as the kid grows. The firsts are exciting, but they aren’t everything. For a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or developmental disabilities, some of these firsts might be missed.
Breaking Through Communication Barriers for Fishers Family Touched by Autism
When 4-year-old Isaac came to the Hopebridge center in Fishers, Indiana, he did not have a solid method to communicate…but wow, what an impact two months in ABA therapy can make!