NEW OWNERS:Dr. Jaclyn Maxwell & Dr. Kathryn "Katie" Roberson
dedicated to enhancing the lives of children in the metro Atlanta.
Friends for over a decade, these two are passionate about early
intervention and providing patients and families with the best possible
care through the best of pediatric therapy.
THE ELLIS SCHOOL: The Ellis School of Atlanta is a
non-profit special needs school for children with complex communication
needs and multiple disabilities, located in the in-town Atlanta area. Sunshine proudly contracts physical therapy services to benefit children at the Ellis School. GIGI'S PLAYHOUSE: The Atlanta playhouse is located at 549-1 Amsterdam Avenue; Atlanta 30306. The mission of GiGi's playhouse is to
increase positive awareness of Down syndrome through national campaigns,
educational programs, and by empowering individuals with Down syndrome,
their families and the community. Our local playhouse offers
literacy programs and group activities for children with Down syndrome as well as
support for their families. If you are interested in learning more about Gigi's Playhouse and possible volunteer opportunities, check out the website at www.gigisplayhouse.org/atlanta. IN THE NEWS: Becky McCullough, the founder of Sunshine, was featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution; click here to read the full article with pictures.
HIRING: We are currently accepting applications for exceptional PHYSICAL, OCCUPATIONAL and SPEECH THERAPISTS (full time or part time options available) to serve the metro Atlanta area. If you are interested, please fax your resume to us at 404-596-5433 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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"As the parent of an older child with developmental disabilities, I
always want to encourage parents with children under the age of 3 that
are showing any signs of developmental issues to aggressively seek
early intervention services. Whether a child has a diagnosis or is
simply at risk of delays, research shows that early intervention can
significantly impact the child and the family by providing knowledge,
practical strategies, and encouragement that will result in beneficial
outcomes. Looking back on my own child’s life, I can clearly see that
the early intervention program we participated in was tremendously
helpful to her…and to me. I learned about developmental stages, ways to
help my child in her everyday life, how to measure her progress, and
how important my role was in her struggle to make gains. The years
before age three present important opportunities for us to make a
difference in the long-term picture of our children's futures – don’t
miss the chance to offer your child all you can!"
Proud Mom to Anna Kate Smith, age 17