Theraplay, Inc. Opens New Pediatric Therapy Center in Princeton, NJ to Meet Demand for Therapy
By: Theraplay, Inc.
The newest Theraplay center opened on January 13th, 2020 in Princeton, NJ at 29 Emmons Drive, making it the first Theraplay outpatient center in New Jersey. This location offers almost 4,000 square feet of treatment space, which allows patients of all ages and skill sets be seen comfortably. The newest center includes areas for feeding therapy, concussion and orthopedic rehabilitation, sensory processing sessions and a large open gym where everyone from infants to high school athletes can be seen and treated.
Laurie Watkin, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, has been with Theraplay for twelve years, and is excited about the growth Theraplay has experienced. "We have known there is a need for our services in New Jersey for some time, and we are thrilled that our high-quality care will be able to help these children!"
Known for excellent, individualized care, Theraplay's team of therapists are highly skilled, compassionate professionals who have dedicated their lives to helping children gain confidence and achieve independence. With evening and weekend hours, and accepting most major medical insurances, Theraplay makes it easy for patients to get the quality care they deserve.
About Theraplay, Inc.
Theraplay was founded in 1991 by physical therapist Lisa Mackell. Believing that children learn and develop best through play experiences, Theraplay provides their individualized therapy services in a play-focused environment. Their occupational, physical, speech and feeding therapy services, along with concussion rehabilitation, early intervention and school services have helped improve the lives of thousands of children and their families. In 2016, Austill's Educational Therapy Services joined the Theraplay family of companies, and since then Positive Steps Therapy, AOT, Inc., The Children's Therapy Center and Fleming Therapy Services have been added, bringing therapy to children and adolescents in 4 states, with 31 outpatient locations and school, home and early intervention-