Possibilities Northeast was established in 2001 to provide early intervention services throughout Northeast Indiana. Since that time, we have expanded the reach of our expertise in working with young children to include outpatient therapies and ABA/autism services. Utilizing a developmental approach throughout all programs, our team of therapists is dedicated to serving the unique differences of children and families.
Possibilities Northeast is a dedicated team of skilled pediatric professionals committed to providing outstanding services. At PNE, our goal is to provide your child with meaningful and purposeful services designed to help your child thrive.
“Our experience with early childhood therapy services with PNE were outstanding! We were given excellent guidance on how to build skills and further development as a team with our therapists. The therapists were great at answering questions and giving ideas of how to continue working with our child at home.” Parent, Lindsie
Our team provides outstanding, individualized services to help your child learn and grow.
We understand that families may be apprehensive or unfamiliar with this new journey. Whether by providing education, resources, advocating, or assisting with insurance and funding, our team is here to help.
All of our staff is certified and professionally trained. More importantly, our staff understands how to be supportive.
We have good news! We accept most private health insurances and Medicaid plans. Our experienced staff will work with you to determine coverage and provide resources for financial assistance, if needed.
Harry is perhaps our most popular employee here at Possibilities Northeast. Harry comes to us as a facility dog provided by Canine Companions for Independence ®. His handler is occupational therapist, Cassie Morris. Harry has been training for this job since he was a puppy and came to us knowing about 40 commands. Harry serves as a source of comfort, motivation, and fun for our clients. He is no stranger to being dressed up, demonstrating how to draw shapes, or giving a good old fashioned handshake.
For more information about Canine Companions for Independence ® and the work they do, please visit their website at the link below.