All Care Therapies of Georgetown to relocate

All Care Therapies will be relocating to a new location by the end of 2021. (Courtesy Jenna Coe)
All Care Therapies will be relocating to a new location by the end of 2021. (Courtesy Jenna Coe)

All Care Therapies will be relocating to a new location by the end of 2021. (Courtesy Jenna Coe)

All Care Therapies of Georgetown plans to relocate to a new location in Georgetown by the end of the year. The business is currently located at 4402 Williams Drive, Ste. 115, Georgetown. It will move to 3610 Williams Drive, Georgetown. All Care Therapies services include a therapy pool; an adaptive playground; and physical, occupational, speech, feeding and massage therapy. 512-256-7627. www.allcaretherapygt.com
By Fernanda Figueroa
Fernanda Figueroa graduated from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communication and a second major in political science. Originally from the Rio Grande Valley, Fernanda now covers government and education for the city of Georgetown.


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