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- Northwest Arkansas Autism Support Group
Check out the September issue of Peekaboo Magazine to read the Absolute Pediatric Therapy article about PTSD in Children!
Absolute Pediatric Therapy is excited to host the Project Zero volunteer meeting this evening, July 17th, at our Bentonville office.
If you are interested in volunteering for Project Zero or in mentoring a teen that is in foster care, please make plans to attend. The meeting begins at 6:15pm. We hope to see you there! To learn more about Project Zero, click here.
Absolute Pediatric Therapy remains committed to serving the needs of children throughout Northwest Arkansas during this trying time for children and their families. Absolute has pledged to fill the void created by the closing of Preferred Family Healthcare.
"We are getting questions and phone calls daily," said LaDonna Humphrey, spokeswoman for Absolute Pediatric Therapy, a Bentonville-based group. Those calls are coming from therapy providers at Preferred Family, from the doctors of children who require such services and from parents themselves, she said Wednesday.
Providers like Absolute hope to bring qualified therapists from Preferred Family over with their clients and minimize the disruption for the children involved, Humphrey said. Northwest Arkansas is better prepared to handle the shift than other areas in the state, some of which do not have more than one provider of such services, she said.
Read more about Absolute Pediatric Therapy's pledge to fill the void by the closing of Preferred Family Healthcare here.
On Saturday, July 14, Absolute Pediatric Therapy sponsored and attended the annual United We Dance Luau. At the event, the APT Team proudly presented the United We Dance organization with a donation of $3,193.20!
For more information about Absolute Pediatric Therapy or our commitment to the Northwest Arkansas Community, contact LaDonna Humphrey at firstname.lastname@example.org.