Donate to Our Adopt-A-School Holiday Giving Program ‘Tis the Season for Giving! Join us in our Adopt-A-School Program this year and donate toiletry items and warm winter clothing/ coats/ hats/ gloves/ scarves for children in grades K-8. Collection Bins are at The Flourish Center, collection ends Dec 24th and will be taken weekly to the […]
New to The Flourish Center, our very own “Book Club.” This is your chance to learn with us and have access to our entire team on a more personal level. Join us, as an allied professional team, to discuss hot topics and various books and publications that affect the children we love… A good old “book club” with an added bonus! See details in the posting below to get information about our first meeting and the first book we will be discussing. Such a unique opportunity for parent, caregivers, and related professionals- spread the word!
*Restores balance and optimizes well-being *Enhances connection where verbal expression is challenged *Improves management of emotions & self-esteem *Releases neurotransmitters that restore a sense of well-being *No art experience necessary
Join us for this FREE professional-led discussion group that will take place once monthly and involve question and answer opportunities. Any Parent, Caregiver, or Family Member who will benefit from expanding their support group, getting advice from other parents and professionals, and who want to gain a better understanding of their “whole” child is welcome to attend.
Tuesday, May 6th- 5:00pm- Come participate in our FREE group discussion: Understanding My Child. Meet the related professionals from The Flourish Center and discuss various approaches to understanding the whole-child and getting to the “root” of what’s really going on, maximizing your time and funding. Topics to include intervention options, diet, sleep and behavior support. Please RSVP, Space is limited! See you there!
Ahh…Spring! The sun is shining, the birds are singing and the flowers are in full bloom. As refreshing and beautiful as this season is, it can also be a difficult time for allergy sufferers. Allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, affects millions of people every year. For seasonal allergies, the immune system reacts to airborne pollens, typically in the spring and summer, and mold spores in the fall and winter.
We offer team discussions at your place or ours, and free and low-cost seminars throughout the year. We have opened our Center to be a point of education, prevention, and advocacy. Let our passions enlighten and empower you and your family. COMING SOON: Foster and Adoptive Parent Support Groups
From Hearing Screenings to Pill-Swallowing, from Sleep Plans to Educational Supports and Functional Therapies, we have you covered. Be sure to check out our collaborative team and our extensive list of individual and group services, and the preventative care, advocacy and education we offer. We have integrated the perfect team to offer you a comprehensive […]
With our trusted and talented team and network of services and companies working together as one, our patient and family centered care is unmatched. Here we are, all under one roof, ready to treat the whole-person from multiple perspectives. We look at the root causes, and save you from the run-around of visiting several sites […]
Here at The Flourish Center, we take the guess-work out of finding the best match and “starting place” for you. We have done the research, and know we are offering you top-notch, trusted professionals who are credentialed experts in their areas. With our large team, overlapping services, and personal experience referrals when your needs take […]
The philosophy of New Spring Special Education is that every person, regardless of “ability” or “disability” can learn and experience joy and autonomy in life. This may look different for every individual, but it is possible and can make a world of difference for those with disabilities or for loved-ones of those with disabilities. Please […]
Flourish Integrated Therapy, LLC was founded by Kimberly R. Martin, M.A., CCC/SLP. Throughout her 7 years in private practice work as a Speech and Language Pathologist, she realized that interventions work best when applied to the entire individual as a whole, not just by addressing one discipline or technique or focusing on one area. At […]