My son, Bryson, has been a patient at Abilitations since the day they opened. He and I have found the therapists who work there to be generous with their expertise, kind with their words, and compassionate. Rather than try to apply a textbook fix to each boy or girl, they work to learn, understand, and address the individual needs of each child. They are especially good at putting a focus on ways to improve the quality of life for each patient through therapy. Perhaps the highest praise I can offer is that my son thinks of Abilitations as a place where he meets some friends and I think of it as a place where I can trust people to help us care for him.