An Indianapolis-based autism therapy provider is expanding its services with the opening of a Valparaiso location. Hopebridge Autism Therapy Centers says the new center will create more than 50 jobs to support its suite of multidisciplinary services and personalized therapy programs.
The expansion, which brings Hopebridge’s total number of Indiana centers to 20, is part of the company’s previously-announced plans to open 40 new centers around the country. Earlier this year, Hopebridge hosted a nationwide hiring event to fill more than 4,000 open positions.
Hopebridge says its Valparaiso location will provide a variety of services for children living with autism, including diagnostic and applied behavior analysis evaluations, 20 rooms designed to reduce distractions and enhance therapy sessions, gyms and playrooms, and socialization with peers.
The center will employ coordinated teams consisting of Board-Certified Behavioral Analysts, registered behavior technicians, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, and speech language pathologists.
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