A new clinic providing therapy for children with Autism celebrated its grand opening on March 30.
Autism in Motion (AIM) Clinic opened its first office in Northwest Arkansas right off of North Garland Avenue.
Kids were able to take pony rides, play with therapy dogs, get their face painted, and play video games.
The clinic has four different therapy rooms for kids and teens.
“We also have a gross motor room where we’ll have a trampoline and a big area with a lot of space so you can really work and get that energy out and have a lot of room to actively play,” AIM Clinics Chief of Staff Logan Patt, said.
The other AIM Clinic is located in Central Arkansas.