Meet our Family and Physician Liaisons
Want to learn more about Hopebridge and the life-changing services we can offer your patients? We have a team of dedicated family and physician liaisons to share the benefits of working with us and walk you through the process of becoming a partner. We are here to serve as an extension of your team and we can’t wait to share how we plan to advance the lives of even more children who live with autism spectrum disorder.
Servicing Indiana: Page P.
Working with Hopebridge for more than four years, Page has cultivated strong relationships with many of Indiana’s hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices and other healthcare professionals and schools. Not only does Page make sure her partners are familiar with Hopebridge’s therapy offering, insurance policies and more, she often serves as the bridge between Hopebridge and external providers even after services begin. She ensures continued communications, updating physicians on their patients’ progress and making sure they stay involved in child’s care. She knows our partners want what is best for their kids, and she does too!
Servicing Kentucky: Kim W.
Kim started out her career as a pediatric nurse, so joining Hopebridge was an opportunity to return to the pediatric world and make a difference in children’s lives every day. As a client advocate for Hopebridge’s centers in Kentucky, she aims to increase awareness of our services within the community to parents, physicians and additional pediatric providers who strive to provide the best assistance available for their children. Kim finds the role incredibly rewarding, not only helping her grow professionally, but on a personal level as well.
Servicing Ohio: Julie R.
Julie began as a direct provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA therapy) working in-home with children of a variety of ages for more than eight years. Upon moving to Chicago in 2012, Julie expanded her career and reach into the autism community as a Family Support Coordinator with Autism Home Support Services. During her time at AHSS, she developed strategic relationships with top physicians and key community partners in the field to bring faster services to children with ASD, and served as a resource to families in the coordination of therapy, both in-home and in-center. She now builds new relationships in new areas as Hopebridge continues to expand its services in Ohio.