Project Play Nashville Announces Its Sister Company, Franklin Speech & Learning Center
NASHVILLE — April 1, 2017
On April 1, Project Play Therapy acquired Franklin Speech & Learning Center, a practice started by Helen Duhon 20 years ago. Today, Franklin Speech has grown to multiple locations and serves many of Nashville’s prospering charter schools, priding itself on high quality therapy and long lasting relationships within the community.
Kyle and Sarah Keene, co-founders of Project Play Therapy, saw Franklin Speech as the perfect platform to increase their reach as well as sharing their energy, passion and message for pediatric therapy from Nashville to the surrounding communities of Nolensville, Franklin and middle Tennessee in general.
Kyle Keene, President of Project Play Therapy, says the practice will extend the same level of service Franklin Speech has established within the community and looks forward to working closely with Duhon and her executive team for years to come. “We are excited to Franklin Speech & Learning as a division of Project Play and cannot wait to get started. It is a win/win for the practices involved and for the community,” Keene said.
About Project Play Therapy
Project Play Therapy is dedicated to providing holistic, client-centered and evidence-based therapy services to promote functional independence across all environments through the use of a child’s primary occupation: play! Our practice strives to become community advocates for pediatric therapy worldwide.
Sarah Keene, (615) 591-3244
Director of Therapy