NEW HOPE HEALTH adheres to a holistic approach of early childhood education. When we expose children to different environments and various learning experiences, we allow them to explore their self-awareness and gain a sense of the world around them. Once they leave our care, they’re fully prepared for the next stage of their young lives. We provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to children ages 3-18 diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
ABA therapy is an individualized approach that is tailored toward each child’s specific needs. Clinicians use effective researched-based strategies that have been empirically validated to make meaningful changes in each child’s life. By utilizing the principles of ABA, we aim to unlock a child’s potential. With individualized teaching procedures in place, clinicians make lasting progress in each child’s and family’s life. While children enjoy their lives, we take care of the learning aspect.
Working together with parents and caregivers to implement effective behavior interventions we are here with you in every step of the journey to make a difference and provide every child an equal opportunity to realize their dreams.
All children should be able to HOPE for a better future, we prepare them to achieve it.
Love for Science, Heart for Service
We have a team of passionate, dedicated and caring professionals who are committed to making a difference in children’s lives.
Take a look below to learn more about our team, and reach out with any questions.
M.S., BCBA, LBA, Clinical Director
Diana A. Townsend
Diana brings over 13 years of expertise to the realm of Applied Behavior Analysis. Her educational background includes a Master of Science in Psychology, with a specialization in Applied Behavioral Analysis, which she attained from Capella University. Diana's journey led her to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) in 2016, marking a significant milestone in her career.
Her profound commitment to the field emerged through extensive work with children facing autism and various developmental challenges, spanning diverse environments such as schools, homes, and clinical settings. Diana's heart lies in early intervention and behavior analysis, where she channels her passion and unwavering dedication.
Not only does Diana focus on directly aiding children, but she also places a high priority on supporting her colleagues. Her aim is to empower the staff, ensuring they can deliver top-notch ABA services to the children and families they serve, thus upholding the quality of care and intervention.