FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- The Hope Learning Center, the leading provider of special needs services in the Pittsburgh area, recently promoted Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Nicole Brown, to the position of Director of The Hope Therapy Center. Brown has served as a leading behavior specialist based out of the company’s flagship location in Wexford, PA., providing service to school districts throughout the region. In addition to her duties in the public school setting, Ms. Brown will now act to ensure consistent and excellent service for the center’s outpatient speech, occupational, physical and applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapies across the Hope brands.
The new Hope Therapy Center is located at 5000 Stonewood Drive, Suite 100, Wexford, PA 15090. The center is located in the former location of the Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh’s Wexford, PA satellite outpatient facility. The move to an exclusive therapy unit has provided new experience and expertise to hundreds of families in the North Hills and beyond. Formerly housed in The Hope Learning Center building at nearby 12300 Perry Highway, the Hope Therapy Center will headquarter the Hope Centers’ speech, occupational, physical and ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy services, while the K-12 school, Hope Academy, continues to be held with locations in Wexford, Conway, and Canonsburg, PA.
The Hope Learning Center consists of multiple western Pennsylvania campuses offering outpatient physical, speech, occupational and applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy, as well as a privately licensed academic school, early learning childcare, and consultative services for school districts and private companies. The company’s non-profit arm, The Hope for Autism Foundation, seeks to educate and assist the public on Autism Spectrum Disorder. For more information contact John Elsman at email@example.com, www.thehopelearningcenter.com or 724.933.4673.