Autism Action Partnership

A Visit to Kid*Ability

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Today the AAP and PACE staff took a field trip in the rain and snow to 8031 Center Street in Omaha to visit Kid*Ability, part of the Snyder Charleson Therapy Services group, to learn about their various services for kids and adults on the autism spectrum. We were invited by Deanna Twait, a speech and language pathologist at Kid*Ability, and we got a chance to visit with the staff and tour the facility. We were impressed with how sensory-friendly it was and the wide variety of programs for kids and adults on the spectrum. 

According to Deanna:

"Kid*Ability provides Comprehensive Pediatric Therapy Services to children birth to 18 years of age.  Their services include Occupational; Physical, and Speech/Language Therapy in a variety of settings.  Kid*Ability is committed to providing your child high quality, specialized and compassionate services.

"Services are aimed toward success and independence for your child in all environments.  In addition to seeing children in sensory gym at the clinic, we offer school consults and home visits, which can include environmental assessments, to ensure appropriate generalization of skills.

"Kid*Ability has skilled, experienced pediatric therapists are dedicated to achieving the best outcomes for your child.  They offer individual, small group and large group treatment opportunities.   

"Currently they have Social Play Groups on Mondays and Thursdays for 2-6 year olds and Social Skills Group on Wednesdays evening for children 11+ years old."

To find out more, email

-Dave Pantos, Executive Director

  • 10110 Nicholas Street, Suite 202
  • Omaha, NE 68114
  • 402-763-8830 (Office)
  • 402-884-7175 (Fax)


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