Pittsburgh Special Needs Services Provider The Hope Centers Expands with New Pediatric Therapy Unit
The Hope Learning Center, a leading provider of special needs services in the Pittsburgh area, has recently expanded its reach with the new Hope Therapy Center located at 5000 Stonewood Drive, Suite 100, Wexford, PA 15090. The center will take up residence in the former location of the Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh’s Wexford, PA satellite outpatient facility. The move to an exclusive therapy unit will provide 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.
The move comes as the first of many strategic growth initiatives for The Hope Learning Center in and around the Pittsburgh region. According to Clinical Director Haley Jarrett, “We are extremely excited to bolster our offerings to local families and schools. The move allows us to further provide the highest quality special needs services and continue to be a champion of the communities in which we live and serve.”
The Hope Therapy Center will open its doors on January 21st, 2020.
Founded in 2008, 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.