MECA Therapies is no stranger to Chaves County, serving the communities for over 13 years with quality NM Family Infant Toddler (FIT) Program Services and a full spectrum of early childhood services. However, the community will be seeing something new this summer with MECA Therapies.
MECA Therapies will be moving to a newly renovated location to better serve the community’s early childhood development needs.
Recently, MECA Therapies renovated a building that harbored restaurants in the past on 2nd Street in Roswell. According to Pat Frosch, Director of MECA Therapies Roswell facility, the new location is centrally located for easy access for clients. The new location is a state of the art facility conducive for specialized evaluation sessions for children. The facility includes a private room for evaluations and a conference room equipped with the appropriate technology to be used for agency trainings and meetings. The conference room will be available for community use as well.
Already scheduled are trainings for local daycare educators, a CPR class, the FIT Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) statewide meeting, and MECA Therapies regional trainings.
Children birth through age three are eligible for MECA Therapies free FIT Services. Children must be residents of NM. MECA Therapies offers free intake screenings,
MECA Therapies has been serving New Mexico since 1998 providing NM FIT Program Services and other quality early childhood development and intervention services to six counties in southern NM.
The agency employs highly-trained and state qualified team members and provides evaluation and therapy for the following conditions:
- Speech and language delays and disorders
- Feeding and swallowing difficulties
- Physical delays
- Developmental delays
- Neurologic/neuromuscular conditions
- Sensory Integration Conditions
- Autism Spectrum disorder
For more information on MECA Therapies’ services,
call 575-623-2615, or go to mecatherapies.com.