Several years ago, I knew it was time for a change. The job I was in had totally burned me out, so I resigned and prayed about where I was supposed to be. A friend told me her pediatric therapy clinic (The Therapy Place) was hiring a front desk admin. I knew I wanted to work with kids and not … Continue reading Burnt Out To Building Bridges
Did you know that one of our awesome parents at The Therapy Place is an accomplished juggler? Jessica Drennan does not actually work for the circus, but she performs feats that require skill and balance between her family and professional life. In her professional life, Ms. Drennan is the Director of Children with Special … Continue reading Juggling Work and Life
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The Therapy Place values your opinion, and would like your input. We invite you, as part of The Therapy Place family, to participate in this five-minute survey about Family Services. Your anonymous answers help us better serve you from how you receive information to what topics are of interest and assistance to you and your family. … Continue reading What’s On Your Mind?
Saturday, October 8, 2016 Trenholm Road United Methodist Church 3501 Trenholm Road, Columbia SC 29204 Sponsored by the South Carolina Developmental Disabilities Council and Junior League of Columbia A conference bringing together families who have child(ren) with special needs to educate, empower and provide support! FREE registration includes childcare (and activities), dynamic sessions from speakers, … Continue reading Second Annual Healthy Me Healthy Family Conference
Have you been lost in a maze of paperwork, doctors, therapists wondering, hoping for some type of fairy godmother to help? Well, as The Therapy Place's new Family Services Coordinator, I don't have a magic wand, but I do have over five years of experience with my own two children with special needs (Autism and Down syndrome … Continue reading Therapy Place Families : This One’s for You
Inclement weather can limit children’s ability to run, play and get messy outside. Here are some games and activities that can be done inside to assist with all of their needs and keep them busy!