Indianapolis-based autism therapy provider Hopebridge is expanding into Ohio. The company says several new therapy centers throughout the state will ultimately result in more than 200 full-time and part-time jobs and serve around 800 new patients.
Hopebridge says the centers will pediatric therapy equipment, rooms designed to reduce distractions and interdisciplinary consulting and collaboration among occupational, physical and speech therapists.
The first new centers are set to open this fall in the communities of Forest Park, Milford, Mason and Miamisburg. They mark Hopebridge’s first expansion outside of Indiana and Kentucky.
Hopebridge was founded in 2005 and bills itself as one of the fastest-growing autism therapy providers. It’s led by former hhgregg CEO Dennis May.