Heart of the Spectrum Outpatient Service: Heart SOS
Our new outpatient clinics in Indianapolis and Terre Haute are now open and accepting clients!
Now Enrolling for 2023-2024 School Year!
The first ever therapeutic education hybrid program of its kind still has spots for 10-11th grade!
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Take a stand on ABA Reform, learn all about our trauma-informed approach and more!
Join the Best Team Ever!
Interviews are ongoing to fill our monthly training classes with Behavior Technicians. Hourly wage of $18-25 per hour with RBT credential!
Project-based ABA therapy that provides meaning and enrichment to our clients’ day. Six-Week themes that provide a meaningful backdrop while targeting critical therapy goals.
Apply from Within!
We have officially launched our new Life MAP Program! Ms. Tia will guide our clients 19-23 through career exploration, applied education and job specific training in our Voc Lab and Apprenticeship Experiences.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is The Hope Source a school?
A: No, The Hope Source is a therapy provider. However, due to the progress our clients made and need for less therapy over time, The Hope Source decided to partner with charter schools in 2013 to offer onsite, public education.
Q: Does The Hope Source only serve individuals with “high functioning autism”? And conversely, does The Hope Source only serve individuals with severe autism? (Yes, we hear both myths!)
A: No, we serve all severity levels. The Hope Source doesn’t believe in the high functioning or low functioning label – it does a disservice on both sides. We serve individuals across the spectrum. Due to our unique hybrid model, we tend to have a higher population of adolescents with mild ASD.
We are an ABA provider and are only limited to who we can serve by our physical building space for safety reasons. We do not feel that we are the best provider for those with severe self-injury or medical issues outside of our scope.
Q: Does The Hope Source provide ABA?
A: Yes, we are an ABA provider. However, we take a different approach to targeting goals and focus on a different set of skills than most ABA providers. We believe in others theories of psychology and treatments that may benefit our clients for positive outcomes.
Q: How do all the different clinicians collaborate?
A: The most unique part of The Hope Source is the diverse group of clinicians that oversee treatment. Licensed and certified clinicians make up a true collaborative and interprofessional team to ensure a whole child approach.