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Hour by hour, day by day, we are climbing into the ring to FIGHT
alongside each family we serve. And we are winning battles
on behalf of those with autism moment by moment.

 

AUTISM DELIVERS …
A BODY BLOW.

When a parent receives the diagnosis of autism for a child, everything changes.
Dreams – of baseball teams and recitals, of sleepovers and best friends,of graduations
and weddings – disappear. For those families who feel like throwing in the towel…
we are there.

 

WE FIGHT BACK …
WE START WITH A QUICK JAB

Project HOPE Foundation is dedicated to beating autism to the punch.
We use a quick jab to provide therapy to children as soon as possible,
because we know that this therapy – delivered with enough intensity and
precision – means that that most of the children we can start before age 3
can then graduate from our programs and succeed in regular school.

 

WE FIGHT BACK …
WE GROW OUR FIGHTING WEIGHT

As the need for services continue to escalate, we are fighting to expand our programs
by providing parent workshops across the state, training a hundred new therapists,
graduating 17 people from our Master’s program that prepares new supervisors,
partnering with new communities to bring in therapy and classrooms,
collaborating with businesses and agencies to build opportunities for adults,
searching for space.

 

WE FIGHT BACK …
WE GO THE DISTANCE

Project HOPE Foundation’s programs reach across ages (from toddlers to adults) and across the full autism spectrum, helping individuals with autism learn the right combination of punches– the skills needed to live as happily, productively, and independently as possible:

Hope Link – which provides information to the community about how to recognize symptoms of autism and meets with families who are just receiving a diagnosis, guiding them with strategies and game plans.

Hope Reach – which delivers over 3,000 hours of one-on-one therapy every week.

Bridging the Gap – which provides transitional classrooms that help children learn in a group setting.

Hope Academy – which provides classrooms specifically structured to include children along with their typical peers.

Hope Unleashed – which uses dogs (in collaboration with Vested Partners) to develop communication, social skills, and vocational opportunities;

Hope Alive Junior and Hope Alive – which increases independence for those youth and young adults who require additional support; and

Project Fulfillment – which finds appropriate employment for adults on the autism spectrum.

WE NEED YOU IN OUR CORNER!

#Jointhefight4HOPE

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