Mission Statement


     The Family Hope Center is an interdisciplinary organization of physicians, clinicians, therapists, and educators providing two primary services: education for parents and professionals, and comprehensive, parent-led home treatment programs for children. We believe that parents understand their child the best, and that through continuous education, guidance, and support regarding child development and how the brain functions, are in the best position to promote their child’s development and functional abilities, and guide their children to positive outcomes. Our mission is to help children with neurodevelopmental disorders from around the world improve their immediate quality of life and future potential, by educating and empowering parents to take a primary and active role in their children’s development, ultimately fostering the ability in their child to engage fully in the world.

We achieve our mission by:

  • Providing comprehensive evaluations of children
  • Creating individually- and developmentally-based home treatment plans sensitive to the child’s specific needs and the family’s specific circumstances
    • These include, but are not limited to physiological health, physical structure, sensorimotor abilities, behavior, cognition, and communication.
  • Empowering parents to educate them utilize the cumulative expertise of our diverse team of clinicians, physicians, therapists, educators, and etc.
  • Partnering with, educating, and supporting parents in the implementation of practical, step-by-step home treatment plans designed to address
  • Providing and environment where parents can be heard and their opinions considered - have a sympathetic ear (not cold and clinical, not tell you what to do, listen to you, and support you) - you are the expert
  • Serving an international population (educating families and healthcare professionals throughout the world)

Vision


     To teach teach parents /families from around the world and provide the unique set of tools to work with their special needs child to achieve complete wellness (physiological, physical, intellectual and social excellence in each child).