McKenna Farms Therapy Services therapists work as a team to provide comprehensive interdisciplinary services to ensure your child’s optimal development. The way that a child moves, talks,learns, eats, and plays is just as important as when they accomplish each milestone. If your child has delays in development, early intervention allows therapists to work with children through the crucial stages of gross and fine motor, oral and language development.
If you are concerned about your child’s development, contact us today to see how we can help.
Please fill out the patient form located under the “What we offer” tab. Feel free to email, fax or drop off the packet at your convenience. We welcome families to stop by and visit our facility and see what we have to offer!
McKenna Farms Therapy Services relies on annual, memorial, and in-kind gifts to support our programs and needs for the organization. Donors can give in memory of a loved one, donate equipment to support our various programs, present and future, or give directly to our annual campaign. In addition to contributing financial and in-kind donations, individuals and corporations can volunteer their time.
Check out our wishlist to see some of the various items and equipment that will help us continue to grow our programs.
Donations made, monetary or equipment, qualify for a 100% tax deduction. If you would like to know more, please contact us at 770.443.9672 or email@example.com.
Volunteers are a crucial part of McKenna Farms. There are numerous ways for someone to become involved within our organization. Helping in hippotherapy sessions by leading the horse or sidewalking is fun and just one of the many ways a volunteer can help. Our volunteers also give of their time for fundraising, horse care, farm work, grant writing, and landscaping to name a few. In addition we have events throughout the year that would not happen without the help of volunteers. Share your talents and come join us at the farm!
If interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities, Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator.