The Play Project - New Hope of Indiana
For over forty years, New Hope of Indiana has been committed to supporting individuals and families, encouraging them to live their most independent, fulfilling lives. Through services for individuals with disabilities and advocacy efforts, New Hope of Indiana is making an impact in our communities every day.
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The PLAY Project

The PLAY (Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters) Project is an evidenced-based, parent-mediated autism intervention model.

PLAY is an early intervention program for children ages 15 months to 6 years of age, that can improve social

interaction, communication and functional development in children with autism.

Parents and their Certified PLAY Project Consultant become partners in their child’s progress. Parents receive individualized training, coaching and support based on their needs and the needs of their child with autism that empowers them to have a closer, more satisfying relationship.

Benefits include:

How to identify your child’s unique strengths and needs

How to make every interaction with your child a growing and learning experience

How to effectively respond to your child’s behavior

Ways to support your child’s learning and prepare for kindergarten

How to increase smiles and laughter in the home

The PLAY Project emphasizes fun!
For more information on The PLAY Project, contact Amy Flint at 317.338.4535 or email: