The Missing Peace News
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held for The Missing Peace Autism Therapy Center
Keller, Texas, January 31, 2015: The Missing Peace, a therapy center for pediatric patients with autism and other developmental disorders, recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony. The event was sponsored by the Keller Chamber of Commerce and attracted a large crowd who came to see this hopeful new therapy center open. The attendees were made up of friends, family, clients and local business professionals.
During the event, Managing Partner of Business Operations, Beth Worman, stated, “It was gratifying to see the turnout and support of the community. Our dream is to make a positive difference in the lives of the families we encounter. To have the community stand with us and support that dream makes our efforts all that much more rewarding.”
Worman was so inspired by a family member’s progress with early intervention and ABA Therapy that she and her business partner, Megan Haupert, created this autism center to provide other families with the same hope. Haupert is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with a Master’s degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Autism Intervention
With an innovative and therapeutic environment, The Missing Peace provides children a space to develop at their own pace using therapy techniques based on Applied Behavior Analysis, which is the gold standard in this field. The therapy center’s website is loaded with details about their approach to autism therapy.
To arrange a tour of the center and to get more information, The Missing Peace therapy center can be contacted at 817-562-8731. For additional services and to learn more about their approach anyone can visit them online at http://www.missingpeacetherapy.com/
About: The Missing Peace is an autism therapy center located in Keller, Texas. This Christ-focused therapy group provides various forms of therapy based on ABA methods. The Missing Peace focuses on helping children with autism and other developmental disorders, along with supporting their families. They have a strong commitment to faith and providing the families they serve with hope.
Company: The Missing Peace
Address: 816 Keller Pkwy Suite B302
Telephone number: 1-817-562-8731
Fax number: 1-817-562-8222
Email address: email@example.com
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With a goal to provide the surrounding area with the most up-to-date, caring and nurturing therapy for those children and familes in our community, we are happy to announce that The Missing Peace Autism Therapy Center opens its doors on October 27th, 2014!
Founded by two people with hearts set on serving those with autism and related disorders and their families, The Missing Peace embarks on a mission to change the lives of those they serve. Co-Founder Beth Worman said, "My goal is to offer a place of hope and peace for children to thrive and learn about the world around them, as well as to add comfort to the entire family". Co-Founder Megan Haupert added, "My passion is helping children build confidence while exploring their strengths to open doors in their lives that will allow them to thrive."
Located at 816 Keller Parkway Suite B302, The Missing Peace invites those with an interest in the community to contact us to arrange a personal tour of our facility and to talk with one of our staff members about how we can help you.