In early 2019, the 321Go Kids clinic was impacted by a fire in the building where they were located. After many months of rebuilding and regrouping, they are officially settled into their clinic. Following the fire, they had the opportunity to expand the clinic to fill the entire building at 1912 Bundy Avenue in New Castle. To celebrate their newly remodeled building, 321Go Kids is hosting a grand reopening celebration for all their current and past patients.
In addition to the expansion, the pediatric therapy clinic now has a waiting room to welcome families as they walk in, complete with a play area. The clinic went from one small bathroom to six bathrooms, including one handicap-accessible bathroom. There’s also a space for kids to work on fine motor skills, including “messy” play.
“Being back home and having more space and equipment has been exciting!” Lindsay Millikan, Occupational Therapy Assistant, noted.
“I think families and patients will appreciate the professional makeover we gave our front desk. The waiting room also has a lot more space and easy access to bathrooms,” added Bree King, Family Care Specialist.
The staff at 321Go Kids is comprised of 20 team members and includes therapists and support staff. The clinic offers traditional therapies in physical, occupational and speech for those birth to 18 years of age and provides therapy services for young athletes impacted by injuries.
On March 16, at 1:30 p.m., there will be an official ribbon cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce to commemorate the clinic’s transformation. From 2 p.m.-4 p.m. the Bookmobile will be in the parking lot of 321Go Kids located at 1912 Bundy Ave.
“Families today have a lot of activities in their lives. It is our hope when therapy is a part of those activities that our team and atmosphere will allow them to feel comfortable and at home,” shared Paige Fischer, Culture Coordinator. “We are truly thankful for the opportunity to serve families here in Henry County and beyond.”