Achievements Unlimited Developmental Center now serving children with special needs in Spring
Founded by Director Melissa Pierce, the nonprofit organization began as an extension of its pediatric therapy company, Developmental Rehab Services, and provides child care services and early learning development to children with special needs ages 18 months to 12 years old. (Courtesy Achievements Unlimited Developmental Center)
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Achievements Unlimited Developmental Center celebrated its grand opening March 20 at 20817 Sunshine Lane, Spring. Founded by Director Melissa Pierce, the nonprofit organization began as an extension of its pediatric therapy company, Developmental Rehab Services, and provides child care services and early learning development to children with special needs age 18 months to 12 years old. Services offered by Achievements Unlimited Developmental Center include day care, pre-K and kindergarten classes for children with special needs; pediatric therapy including speech, occupational and physical therapy services; and developmental screening and testing to determine if a child would benefit from certain therapies. 281-766-8070. www.auforkidz.com
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