July 20, 2013
The thing that initially drew us to Hope Center 4 Autism was the fact that they believe there is Hope and that kids can come out of autism. That is our same philosophy. Rather than it just being something we all have to live with and just try to find ways to cope with it. They are people of faith. Which we believe is one of the driving forces of why they believe what they believe. They are authentic and sincerely love these kids. I have seen on many occasions Susan the director walking the halls, interacting with the kids and therapists and embracing the children and comforting them as well as the parents. As opposed to other places where you hardly ever see the director at all. They are always trying to come up with new and innovative ideas to help the kids and run the center better. And they welcome suggestions from the parents. They are not afraid of a challenge when it comes to the kids. When my son first started, Susan said we want to keep seeing the behaviors so we can track them and see what's causing them so we can help him. That might seem basic. But some places would rather just see the behavior stop so they don't have to deal with it anymore. And they have an AWESOME parent support group that is so possitive. You can feel free to say anything without feeling judged. I would highly recommend Hope Center 4 Autism to anyone!
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