CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. – WeeZee - The Science of Play will be expanding its focus on therapeutic intervention for children with special needs at the end of June.
WeeZee – along with its sister company Access Healthcare Services – will move to the first floor of 480 N. Bedford Road at Chappaqua Crossing. WeeZee will continue to offer its Access Sensory Kinetics (ASK) therapy program and its popular camps for toddlers— “Seedlings” (ages 12-23 months) and “Sprouts” (ages 24-48 months).
“I have a vision for advanced therapeutic and special needs programs that extends far and beyond what we have been able to offer to date via our current model,” said Louise Weadock, founder and chief executive officer of Access Healthcare Services and WeeZee. “The sky is the limit now, but our immediate number one, top priority remains and always will be to continue to provide essential services and programs for our loyal population of families.”
Spaces are still available for WeeZee’s Summer Seedlings and Summer Sprouts half-day camp program, which runs from 8:45-11:30 a.m., and Lunch Bunch option from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The program features indoor-outdoor play, music, arts and crafts, dance, cooking and more.
WeeZee’s Access Sensory Kinetics (“ASK”) therapy division for children and seniors serves to integrate core therapy services. The ASK Children’s Division is the county’s first personalized clinical program of its kind featuring occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech and language therapy for children with Autism spectrum disorders, sensory processing disorders, ADD and ADHD, eating/swallowing disorders, TBI Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome and many other conditions that cause developmental delays and mental behavioral health issues.
The seniors division of ASK offers preventive and rehabilitative therapy services that revive neuro-pathways to combat sensory deprivation caused by isolation, surgery, anesthesia, dementia, TBI and Alzheimer’s.
To register for Summer Seedlings/Sprouts, or to schedule a therapeutic assessment, click here or call (914)-752-2100.
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