SURPRISE! Did you know that our clinic can also support breastfeeding for new moms through Certfied Lactation Counseling and motor, communication and social development through fun classes? Find out more about our vision and new services below and be on the lookout for updates about our new facility!
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Family First Speech Therapy and Kids Connect Occupational Therapy, founded in 2014, have merged their practices to bring you SPACE Therapy & Gym. SPACE stands for Social Play and Creative Education and is a comprehensive therapeutic clinic. Our mission is to serve busy families by offering a unique SPACE and quality services – all under […]
Happy New Year from SPACE Occupational Therapy! 2020 is bringing lots of exciting changes! For starters, Kids Connect OT is now SPACE OT and we are on track to get into our new facility by March! Check out our progress below and visit our new website at www.spacetherapygym.com.
There are only 13 more days until New Years and Family First Speech and Kids Connect OT are officially SPACE Therapy & Gym! We are working on our new website and cannot wait to open this Spring! Check out our new landing page to get a glimpse of what we will offer for all children […]
After lots of hard work and planning, the Kids Connect and Family First “Crew” participated in the much anticipated DEMO DAY for SPACE Therapy & Gym. Merge Architects has designed an unbelievable place for us and now Modern Icon will construct it into reality! Check out our video of the first few swings we took […]
Tis the season, gift-giving is upon us! The following are great gift ideas for children that support language, auditory processing, motor planning, ideation, sensory system, coordination and so much more. Play is an essential part of learning. As children play they are developing the cognitive, socio-emotional and physical skills they will need to take them […]
So many families have been displaced and affected by Hurricane Harvey. Within the shelters, there are also many families of children with special needs. These families are without many necessary supports to help their children stay regulated, calm and occupied in shelters due to the large numbers, loud noises, and inconsistent daily routines. We would […]