One place, Many Possibilities
Our creative therapy and technology solutions enhance participation in everyday activities, providing individuals the opportunity to live their lives to the fullest.
enTECH provides therapy, equipment rental, and other services to assist individuals of all ages who need alternative ways of participating in educational, community, and daily activities. Our highly qualified assistive technology and therapy providers specialize in helping clients engage in a wide array of activities using adaptive technology. We are accepting new clients of all ages. Whether you are seeking OT, PT, Speech, assistive equipment and technology, or need an assessment to get started, we’re here to help.
Every child wants to learn and play
At enTech, our therapists provide positive physical, cognitive and sensory experiences for children with unique needs. Our programs are designed by compassionate, experienced assistive technology professionals, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists and Spalding University faculty. Contact us today to see how we can help your child enjoy creative play, therapy, and more.
Wherever you are on your journey, we’re here to help.
Our licensed and certified therapists are highly trained to provide specialized care with comprehensive treatment plans tailored for each patients’ individual needs. It is important to us that our staff treat every patient like they are a family member.
Kosair Charities + enTECH
Did you know…
Since 2014, Kosair Charities has contributed more than $1.2 million to enTECH, Spalding’s Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy and the Spalding School of Nursing.
“EnTECH is a tremendous community resource on Spalding’s campus that uses modern technology to help children learn, grow and play,” said Keith Inman, President of Kosair Charities.
Did you know…
Kosair Charities’ Enabling Technologies of Kentuckiana (enTECH) is a division of the Spalding University Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy. It is one of five state-designated assistive technology resource centers in Kentucky.
Did you know…
enTECH has a robot named “Milo” designed specifically to help children with autism. Among the many movements he can make, he replicates most human facial expressions and speaks 20% slower than most people. The embedded chest screen displays core vocabulary and icons, an important evidence-based practice.
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