Supportive ABA-based classes for preschool – 6th grade.
One-of-a-kind school with inclusion-based mission.
Individualized services for youth and young adults focus on functional skills to maximize independence.
Class focusing on communication, independence, and community.
Families develop plans for moving out of crisis and into recovery; professionals receive training.
Intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy targets language, behavioral, social, and cognitive skills.
Collaboration with Vested Partners incorporates dogs in ABA therapy and teaches youth with autism to train dogs.
Staffing approach with ABA strategies to employ adults with autism.
Classroom for diploma-track teens combines virtual curriculum
and autism-specific coaching.
The Hope Reach staff is comprised of over 115 individuals dedicated to helping children on the autism spectrum. The clinical staff is headed up by 8 Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and in addition, lead and line therapists work with children day to day. The administrative staff provides support to the clinical staff and families by scheduling, billing, communicating, and assisting with the intake process.
To review the training qualifications for our therapists, visit our training page.
If you are interested in joining this talented staff, please visit our employment page.
Stephanie Derrick, Scheduling Coordinator
Lisa Hill, Office Manager
Beth Grubiak, Billing
Leah Pinckney, Intake Coordinator
Rob Welborn, Recruitment