At Compass Community Health Care Center we are dedicated to providing the best health care possible. We are listening to our patients, families, and community with their health concerns and questions. Watch for #LiveWellWednesday posts each Wednesday afternoon, which focus on giving you the information and tips you need to understand current health care concerns and topics.
In honor of April being Occupational Therapy and Autism Awareness Month, we have been highlighting the importance of occupational therapy, as well as autism by providing topics all this month during our #LiveWellWednesday posts. Today’s post concludes this series from Compass Community Health Care Center Occupational Therapist, Liz Legg.
Compass Pediatric Occupational Therapy is a proud supporter of the Autism Project of Southern Ohio and we are so excited for the Autism Walk this weekend. Many of our kids are members of the Autism Project and they look forward to the walk each year. We encourage you to go out and support these kids and this wonderful event, Saturday, April 29th, beginning at 11am at Millbrook Park in New Boston! For more information and details about the walk check out this article in the Portsmouth Daily Times.
For additional information on this topic check out the Autism Society or to schedule an assessment with one of our providers, please contact our office 740-355-7102.