What sets us apart is the fact that High Hopes 4 Autism gives hope to the voiceless.
High Hopes 4 Autism was founded in 2009 by Rachael Mueller, BCBA, to fill a void and provide Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) services to local families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental delays.
At High Hopes, each child’s program is based on their individual needs, utilizing scientifically effective procedures and programs. Our children work on a variety of skills including classroom, social, cooperation, motor and vocal imitation.
We are fortunate to be located on the campus of St. Benedict Catholic School in Elberta. This partnership enables us to teach our clients social skills in a naturally occurring traditional school environment.
What sets us apart is the fact that High Hopes 4 Autism gives hope to the voiceless. We were the first clinical ABA program established in lower Baldwin County, and we come highly recommended for early intervention.
Our mission is to provide effective ABA therapy to our clients and their families with a focus on verbal behavior and communication, allowing our clients and their families to be productive in their homes and communities.
What Would You Do with $5,000 and a Day of Service?
A day of service would be instrumental in helping us prepare for our annual FunRaiser, and the $5,000 would go directly to programming resources.