Welcome to Project Play Therapy

Pediatric Therapy Serving Nashville, Franklin & Nolensville

Project Play specializes in four core therapies: Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Therapy, Physical Therapy and Feeding Therapy. In addition, we offer related services at our three locations in middle Tennessee, including psychological services, testing and counseling as well as specialty and customized treatment programs.

Our therapy is holistic and evidence-based to promote functional independence across all environments, including school, community and your home; transforming your child’s curiosity into self-ruling cognitive development. We are dedicated to promoting functional independence through your child’s primary occupation: PLAY!

Speech-language pathologists evaluate, diagnose and treat children with language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders who experience a range of issues impacting speech production, comprehension and expression.

Occupational Therapists focus on achieving independence in every aspect of our clients’ daily lives. Our treatment programs focus on a child’s self-care, sensory integration, fine motor skills, self-help skills, handwriting, and playtime!

Physical therapists use examinations to diagnose the source of movement difficulties; and utilize evidence-based techniques to treat musculoskeletal problems and improve mobility in children facing various conditions.

We address sensory, motor and behavioral feeding difficulties in children like struggling to eat, progress to table foods or gain weight. We focus on hypersensitivity to textures, tastes and temperatures, chewing and safely swallowing.

Project Play Specialty Services

Psychological Services

Social Groups

Handwriting Therapy

Academic Tutoring

Art Therapy

Music Therapy

Specialty Programs

Summer Programs

Interactive Metronome

Meet Project Play

Delivering Holistic Pediatric Therapy
occupational therapist
Sarah Keene

Directory of Therapy

President Project Play Therapy Nashville
Kyle Keene


We are excited to implement the talented professionals at Franklin Speech with Project Play!

Our Story

The decision to move to Brussels, Belgium only a year after marriage was made to allow Kyle a chance to chase an opportunity at EY, in addition to being able to travel around Europe. While both of those things occurred, it was Sarah's adventure providing OT at an international school and starting a small private practice...


Tennessee Occupational Therapy Association

Word Federation of Occupational Therapists

American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.

American Speech-Language Hearing Association
Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn.

- O. Fred Donaldson