Hopebridge Grows in Southern Indiana with New Autism and Developmental Delay Treatment Center in Evansville
January 06, 2017
January 06, 2017
Children of Indiana with autism spectrum disorder and other development delays will now have even more access to quality Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), occupational, physical, and speech therapies. Hopebridge, Indiana’s leading comprehensive therapy center for the treatment of Autism and other developmental delays, is excited to announce that the Evansville location has expanded autism services in southern Indiana by growing into a larger facility. The new state-of-the-art facility opened at 7311 Eagle Crest Boulevard on January 3.
Leading edge facility features include:
Serving more patients with autism and other developmental delays and creating community jobs
Hopebridge continues to experience tremendous growth with this clinic expansion in Evansville, with further expansion at multiple locations planned in 2017. The Evansville Clinic will ultimately staff 60-70 team members and serve up to 200 new patients.
“Many of our families and children served by Hopebridge benefit from our highly personalized and comprehensive treatment plans, carefully developed by our talented therapists. We are excited about this expanded facility in Evansville, which will allow us to reach a greater number of families affected by autism so we can live our mission of helping children live the best life possible,” said Hopebridge CEO, Dennis May.
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Hopebridge is committed to providing personalized therapy for children and families that have been touched by autism spectrum disorder (ASD), behavioral, physical, social, communication and sensory challenges. Our unique multi-disciplinary approach, Hopebridge360™, ensures that we are treating the whole child, not simply a diagnosis. Through the coordinated effort of our team of diverse specialists, we help our children and families live the best life possible.