Contact us

9919 Towne Road, Carmel, IN 46032  |  Phone (317) 872-4166  |  Fax (317) 872-3234   |  info@childrenstheraplay.org

 

Hours of operation 

Children's TherAplay is open for treatment year-round: 

  • 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.  Monday through Thursday
  • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Friday

The facility is closed on the following days: 

  • New Year’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day 
  • Thanksgiving day and the day after
  • Christmas Day
  • The last full week of the calendar year

Driving directions  

From the east

Take I-465 to Meridian Street. Drive south to 96th Street (look for McDonald's on your right). Turn right / west on 96th Street and follow it to the roundabout at Towne Road. Turn right / north on Towne Rd. Children's TherAplay will be on the right / east side of the street. You can see the red barn, with our logo on it, from the road. Turn right into our driveway, which is marked by a white brick wall with a small sign on it reading, Lucky Farms, Home of TherAplay.
 

From the west

Take I-465 to Michigan Road / State Road 421. Drive north to 96th Street (look for the McDonald's on your right). Turn right / east onto 96th Street and follow it to the roundabout at Towne Road. Turn left / north on Towne Road. Children's TherAplay will be on the right / east side of the street. You can see the red barn, with our logo on it, from the road. Turn right into our driveway, which is marked by a white brick wall with a small sign on it reading, Lucky Farms, Home of TherAplay.

Getting around the property

Entrances

Silver placards mark the following doors:

  • Entrance 1: clinic and waiting room, main office
  • Entrance 2: restrooms, administration, volunteer check-in
  • Entrance 3: meeting room

Parking 

Just beyond our building is a larger parking lot, up against a wooden fence. You can park in this lot or up against our building.

Within the first six months to one year of hippotherapy, he got to the point where he could sit on the bench for 30-40 minutes by himself – independently – and watch TV.

The strength and skills he's developing create, 'a whole other level of being able to interact and interface with the world instead of constantly having to lay down.'"

— Brayden's father, Todd

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