October 2017
Featured Blog Post

Parents know the importance of therapy in developing language, but play is vitally important, as well, and sometimes a challenge for children with language and developmental delays.

Check out this month's featured blog post to learn more about the importance of play and ways to use play to a child's developmental benefit.
You're Invited to  Trunk or Treat!


Kid's Creek kids and their siblings are invited to Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 28 from 10am until noon. Download the flyer for more details.
Welcome to the Kid's Creek Family!


Kid's Creek is thrilled to welcome a new member to our family! 


Tammy Duncan joins Kid's Creek Therapy this month as our new office manager.  She earned  a bachelors degree in healthcare administration and has eight years experience in medical office management, including five years in a multi-disciplinary pediatric practice.
Help Spread the Word About Kid's Creek!
Over the years, many of you have referred friends and family members to Kid's Creek - THANK YOU! We are thrilled that you trust us to treat your children. Would you mind taking a few minutes to support us by leaving a review on one or more of the following sites? 

Click each link to go directly to the Kid's Creek listing!
WE LOVE REFERRALS!

Do you know a child who needs our help? Let their parents know that we offer  FREE CONSULTATIONS and SCREENINGS . Many people are looking for a speech, occupational, or physical therapist for their child, and want to find a place that not only produces results, but values both the child and his/her family.
 
To refer a friend, have them mention your name and we'll take care of the rest. Plus, you will receive a Starbucks gift card for our refer-a-friend award program! 

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