Infinity Kids, a private practice offering occupational, speech, physical, and family therapy to children from birth to ten years of age, is celebrating their one year anniversary this summer with free consultations and 50 percent off first visits throughout the month of September. The center opened in June 2018 to offer specialized therapies for infants and school aged children, specifically those with developmental delays, feeding and/or swallowing deficits, language difficulties, Autism, Sensory Processing differences, and other genetic and neurological disorders.
The mission at Infinity Kids is simple: to provide the highest quality of therapeutic play-based care in a safe and welcoming environment, with the guidance of the most dedicated therapists. “We want to foster and develop the health and well-being of all children. We are passionate about making learning fun to help them reach their full potential”, says founder Tala Brinderson. While the therapists specialize in many different disciplines, they collaboratively work together as a team for the highest benefit of each individual child.
Infinity Kids’ owners, Amanda Fink and Tala Brinderson, refer to themselves as OT-prenuers. They are both young mothers from Orange County who have their Masters in Occupational Therapy and share a special bond for helping others. While it is certainly not easy to juggle running a business and being mothers to their own young children, watching the lives of their clients families change because of the space they have created is what fuels the duo. When asked how she manages being a new business owner, Amanda said, “Chatting and connecting with families that come in our door and who thank us for what we are doing is what motivates us daily.”
Infinity Kids wants to be part of the solution using a more balanced, integrative approach with both health professionals and families as partners in the therapeutic process. They offer numerous classes for babies, toddlers, and school-aged children. They strongly believe in parent education, prevention, and early intervention (between the ages of 0-3), when the majority of brain development happens. They also host birthday parties for children and free parent workshops.