9919 Towne Road, Carmel, Indiana 46032 View map
Phone: (317) 872-4166 Fax: (317) 872-3234 E-mail Children's TherAplay
8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday
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.
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.
On the east side of the street, you'll see a white brick entryway. A small sign on it reads, “Lucky Farms, Home of TherAplay.” Turn right into the drive.On your left (north) you’ll see a blue-gray house and beyond that, also to the left/north, a large tan building with purple awnings with the Children’s TherAplay name and logo on them.
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.
Silver door placards mark the following entrances:
For more information about The Children's TherAplay Foundation, click here.
"Children's TherAplay has done so much for Austin that 'traditional' therapies were not able to do. When we first came to Children's TherAplay ... he didn't know how to move his legs properly or coordinate all the muscles it takes to create a step. In a year's time, Children's TherAplay has taught him how to walk.
"The motion of the horse moving his hips and the core strengthening from holding himself upright on the horse could not have been attained any other way. Today he he able to walk with a gait trainer or by us holding his hands with a little support.
"We owe [Children's TherAplay] so much for expanding our son's quality of life and look forward to his next great strides under the expertise of this wonderful organization, its therapists and its horses."
-- Austin's mom, Jennifer
Below: Austin enjoying his treatment with physical therapist Miss Teresa and facility service dog Dorian in the sensory garden.
Our mission is to provide children with special needs a foundation for developing life skills through innovative therapies in a safe and caring environment, including equine-assisted physical and occupational therapies.
We thank you for your interest in our program. If you are interested in referring your child for treatment at Children's TherAplay, click here to learn how to get started.