Child’sPlay Therapy Center is a fun and lively place providing comprehensive pediatric therapy services under one roof. Your child gets the best care possible in a non-clinical environment with experienced therapists.
Our goal is to achieve successful results for your child, whether he or she needs speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or a combination. There’s no waiting list under normal circumstances, and our Center offers a sensory motor gym, parent observation areas, and much more!
The mission of Child’sPlay Therapy Center is to provide the highest quality therapy services in an environment that is compassionate, respectful, and supportive to our clients and their families, enabling each child to reach his/her full potential.
The owners of Child’sPlay have decades of pediatric therapy experience, and combined their respected practices to provide these comprehensive services under one roof.
We have three Child’sPlay Therapy Center locations in Alabama. Our Hoover location is convenient to everyone in the Birmingham metro area. Our Huntsville location is convenient to the entire Huntsville/Madison area with convenient “at the door” parking. Our new Chelsea location opened in March of 2016 and is easily accessible for anyone traveling the Highway 280 corridor.
Our services include speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and special programming. We also provide small groups and summer camp. Check Back for Spring 2018 Camp Information.
Additional Location at: 48 Chesser Crane Rd., Chelsea, AL 35043, 205-618-8095
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekdays and by appointment
Ages Served: Birth to Teen
* Disabilities served: autism, developmental delays, genetic disorders, feeding disorders, cerebral palsy, torticollis, and many others
* Services provided: We offer Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy
Insurance Accepted: In network with Blue Cross/Blue Shield
In Business Since?: 2007
Non-profit: No Doctor Referral Required: No
Autism, developmental delays, genetic disorders, feeding disorders, cerebral palsy, torticollis, and many others.