An important message to you regarding the safety of your children at Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers.
Our top priority remains to be the safety and well-being of our patients, families and team members. Hopebridge has enhanced operational and policy procedures in place to better ensure the protection of any person entering our facilities.
As an essential behavioral healthcare provider, we recognize the importance of keeping our doors and services open to help the children impacted by autism spectrum disorder. There is a finite window of time to approach early intervention during these children’s greatest developmental years, and this time does not slow or pause, even under these conditions.
We know families and staff are anxious about the COVID-19 situation, as well as concerned about sustaining the necessary care for their children. Hopebridge remains committed to providing these crucial autism therapy services to children while ensuring the safest environment possible for them and our Hopebridge Heroes.
COVID-19-Related Policies and Procedures
Hopebridge implemented the following measures in line with local, state and federal guidelines. Please take a moment to review them.
Standard Health and Safety Practices
Safety is always a priority. Please read about the efforts we have in place on a daily basis.
Frequently Asked Questions
Want to know more? We compiled a number of frequently asked questions as it relates to the health and safety of everyone in our centers.