Connections Achievement and Therapy Center has come to the Botetourt area. The center offers services for children with neurological and developmental concerns. Services include occupational therapy, sensory integration therapy, vestibular rehabilitation and more. .
More information can be obtained at a public information session at Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center on April 21 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Here is the press release from Connections Achievement and Therapy Center.
Charlottesville-based Connections Achievement and Therapy Center has expanded to a new space in Daleville, VA just north of Roanoke. Connections offers therapeutic services for children with a wide range of neurological and developmental concerns, including autism, ADHD, Asperger’s, traumatic brain injury, sensory processing problems and learning difficulties.
Connections first opened in 2008 and has been serving children and adults in the Charlottesville area since that time. In their new office, they will offer services including Occupational Therapy, Interactive Metronome, sensory integration therapy, hemispheric integration therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and nutritional testing and supplementation.
Dr. Brice Jackson is the owner and clinical director of the center. “We’re excited to be in Daleville,” remarks Dr. Jackson. “We’ve seen great progress in the children we’ve seen so far, and we’re looking forward to serving even more. Neurological problems in children are, sadly, becoming more and more prevalent. We want to do our part to counteract this disturbing trend.”
If you would like more information about Connections’ programs, join them on April 21st from 10-12 at BRAAC for an Information Session. Visit their website www.connections4children.com or call 434-823-2199 to reserve a seat.