Children’s Therapy Services Announces Move to New Location.

Overland Park, KS (APRIL 2017) Overland Park-based Children’s Therapy Services (CTS) is excited to announce the opening of their new location at 7000 W 121st Street in Leawood, KS. music, art, and face painting with Sister Act painters.

CTS is owned and operated by speech language pathologist Jennie Bjorem M.A., CCC-SLP. Jennie and her team provide speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, dyslexia intervention, reading and spelling acquisition, early childhood development, sensory therapy and sensory play, summer programming, preschool enrichment classes as well as parent education to families across the metro.

“This move will allow us to significantly increase our spatial footprint while remaining centrally located to the more than 5000 Kansas City families we have served,” said Bjorem. “We will continue to bring resources, education and assistance to families who need it as well as exciting play-based learning opportunity for all children.”

Bjorem originally opened Children’s Therapy Services back in 2002. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Saint Louis University and Master's Degree from Truman State University both in Communications Sciences and Disorders. In addition to Bjorem, CTS has an experienced, highly educated team of more than 17 with diverse clinical backgrounds.

“Our roster of highly trained therapists is what makes CTS so special,” said Bjorem. “We hire the best and the brightest in their field to give our families an experience that specifically fit their individual needs. We get your children. We truly understand their needs and get up close and personal with our children and their parents, something many educational professions won’t allow you to do anymore.”

About Children’s Therapy Services Children’s Therapy Services is locally owned and operated in Leawood, Kansas. CTS has provided speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, sensory therapy, social skills instruction, early reading skills, dyslexia intervention, parent education and preschool enrichment to more than 5000 families in the Kansas City metro since 2002.

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