INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- At Hopebridge, we are committed to helping children touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmentaldelays live the best life possible. With this commitment in mind, we are excited to announce that we are adding a second clinic location to the Indianapolis area! The new facility is scheduled to open at 6635 East 21st
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Creating new jobs to serve more patients with autism and other developmental delaysHopebridge has experienced tremendous growth in 2016, jumping from 5 clinics to 7, with more planned in 2017. The Indianapolis East clinic will open first with ABA and Occupational Therapy, and will offer Physical and Speech Therapies soon; staffing 30-40 team members and serving up to 100 new patients.
"We are pleased to open a second Hopebridge clinic in the Indianapolis area so that we may reach more patients and families who need our services. The new facility allows our talented staff to offer comprehensive services that define our mission of helping children live the best life possible," said Hopebridge CEO, Dennis May.
About HopebridgeHopebridge is committed to providing personalized therapy for children and families that have been touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder, 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.
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