Hopebridge expanding pediatric therapy services for Autism into Ohio
INDIANAPOLIS: As one of the fastest growing Autism therapy providers, Hopebridge is committed to helping children touched by Autism Spectrum Disorders or other developmental delays by providing quality Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Occupational, Speech, and Physical Therapies.With this commitment in mind, we are excited to announce that we are expanding into new areas, adding several new center locations throughout the state of Ohio in 2017.
An innovative and effective way to receive services: in-center therapy model
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 can offer a wider range of benefits than in-home or other center-based therapy centers, like:
•Interdisciplinary consulting and collaboration between Occupational, Physical, and Speech therapists
•State-of-the-art equipment in a facility designed specifically for pediatric therapy
•Rooms designed to reduce distractions and enhance therapy sessions
•Socialization with child's peers to target specific social/pragmatic goals
Creating new jobs to serve more patients with autism and other developmental delays
Hopebridge continues to experience tremendous growth in 2017 with these additional centers. Each location will open first with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Occupational Therapy, and will offer Physical and Speech Therapies soon; ultimately staffing over 200 full and part-time team members and serving around 800 new patients.
"I am pleased to announce our expansion into Ohio and our plans for several new autism therapy centers throughout the state. Our team has worked really hard to bring our services into new communities this year so that we can reach more patients and families who need us. I am proud of the passion and dedication they have shown, and am excited to continue building a talented team who will live our mission of helping children with autism and other special needs!" said Hopebridge CEO, Dennis May.
The first of the Hopebridge Ohio centers will open this fall in Forest Park, Milford, Mason, and Miamisburg. These clinics mark the first expansion of Hopebridge outside of Indiana and Kentucky. For a complete listing of Hopebridge centers, please visit www.hopebridge.com.
Forest Park Economic Development Director Paul Brehm said, "Hopebridge brings an important and much needed service to our region, helping children with autism and their families get the most out of life. We welcome these caring and dedicated professionals to Forest Park and thank the company for its investment in our community."
"I am excited that Hopebridge has decided to locate their one of their first Ohio centers here in Milford. Hopebridge will offer numerous outpatient physical, speech, occupational, and therapies for children affected by autism and as well as other developmental delays. The mission of Milford is to improve and enhance the quality of life in our community, which fits beautifully with Hopebridge's mission to improve the quality of life of every person touch by Autism Spectrum Disorder," said Michael Doss, City Manager for the City of Milford.