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Your Vision - Our Mission 

At New Hope Therapy Services,  our program model was designed to ensure that families have the best provider for their child and families current needs, as well as ensure that there is accessible therapy options for families at all points of their journey.

Use the link below to complete our New Patient Paperwork and join our Waitlist for Services! 

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Newly Diagnosed Services

Our New Hope team has developed a specialized and comprehensive family guidance curriculum to ensure families who have just received the diagnosis are able to navigate the Autism/IDD/Special Needs systems available to them, the impact of the diagnosis on their family, and the foundations of applied behavior analysis while their child receives intensive ABA services focused on preparing them

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention is an effective and recommended practice for young children with autism. New Hope's EIBI program has two programs; the first for 2-4 year old's focusing on "learning to learn" skills and the second for 4-5 year old's focusing on pre-academic and Kindergarten readiness skills.

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School Age ABA

COMING SOON: School Age ABA focuses on children ages 5-10 years old with both low and high needs. Our team has specialized training in working alongside the school and ensuring the child and family has the most appropriate service array for their current needs.

Teen and Young Adult ABA

COMING SOON: Pre-teen, puberty, and the transition to adulthood are all unique times in any child's life and with specialized training in puberty, sexual health, transition services, adult placements, as well as guardianship, our New Hope TYA team aims to assist families through this time successfully

Teenagers

Family Guidance Services

Using the evidence based practice of Parent Implemented Intervention (PII) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), our New Hope Team can work with you to develop a family plan that incorporates small changes over time to make a big impact. 

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"Families have so much to deal with, and Allyson understands the challenges that families face on a day to day basis; she takes care of the hard work, so you don't have to worry. Allyson cares deeply about the families and individuals in her care. She believes in getting to know her clientele and takes a wholistic and individualistic approach, which encourages substantial progress."

Solicited Testimonial from Previous ABA Client 

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