We believe that every person deserves the opportunity to learn and become a valuable part of society. Since 1997, we have been committed to empowering families to find the best methods of teaching language, social, and behavioral skills to their family members with autism and related disorders.
Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) oversee all ABA treatment and we are in network with many insurance providers. Contact us to learn more!
Services include evaluations, ABLLS assessment, in-home programming, functional behavioral assessment, school shadowing, social and play skill development, intensive program for specific behavioral issues, parent trainings, provider trainings, and school support team trainings.
Habilitation is one-on-one therapy to teach and/or improve an individual's daily living, social, gross/fine motor, communication, and/or memory and organization skills. Habilitation providers will implement the goals and objectives written by the lead habilitation therapist.
Respite is a service designed for short-term, temporary care to our clients with the purpose of giving the parents a break from the everyday routine of raising a child with special needs.
We are dedicated to Honoring and Optimizing the Potential in Everyone (H.O.P.E.)
HOPE Group was inspired by James, a young boy who was diagnosed with autism at the age of two. His parents were told that James would likely be institutionalized before reaching adulthood. After many years of intensive behavioral intervention, James has now graduated from high school alongside his peers and attends Arizona State University. He drives, plays golf, and lives a happy, fulfilled life because his parents did not accept the alternative. Not all children diagnosed with autism will reach the level of success that James has, however hope remains.
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October 1, 2014, Phoenix, AZ—H.O.P.E. Group has named […]
We are proud supporters of the Arizona Autism Coalition, a nonprofit organization that improves the lives of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families in Arizona by sharing resources and affecting autism systems reform through state-wide collaboration and advocacy.