New Autism Therapy Center

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Kids swing, play, create and more while getting the support they need at the new Foundations for Growing autism therapy center in Franklin.

Find the support and services you need for your child with autism through a new therapy service in Franklin. Foundations for Growing features two large motor rooms, a large sensory gym and four additional “teaching rooms” used for individualized instruction. The center focuses on the individual needs of people with autism and other disabilities using a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach. It offers applied behavior analysis (ABA), occupational, feeding and speech language therapies to all ages.

“My own experiences as a mother of a child with autism inspired me to build a collaborative center where a child can access all the programming with the highest quality therapists,” says Heather Majtyka, clinical director and owner of Foundations for Growing. “Foundations for Growing brings a unique approach to supporting our very special children and their families, and we could not be more excited to be a part of this very special town. Children come here to swing, play, explore and create — often having so much fun it doesn’t even feel like work.”

Foundations for Growing offers in-home services and appointments for families in Williamson and Davidson counties as well as surrounding areas.

Foundations for Growing is located at 3351 Aspen Grove Drive, #350, Franklin. For more info, visit foundationsforgrowing.com.

Kiera Ashford is associate editor of Nashville Parent and mother of three.

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