Triangle Therapy kicks off campaign with festival


EATON — Triangle Therapy Association (TTA) kicked off its annual campaign, The Fall Farm Festival, on Sunday, Oct. 22, at Triangle Therapy Services (TTS) in Eaton.

TTA is a nonprofit group founded to raise support for families that receive occupational, physical, and speech therapy services at TTS. TTS is a therapist-owned private pediatric practice with a staff of five licensed therapists, therapy animals, numerous of volunteers and over 20 years of experience nurturing and transforming lives by combining traditional therapy with nature and animals.

TTA and TTS wanted to provide the Fall Farm Festival for previous and current clients due to many families not being able to attend community events with unpredictable circumstances and overwhelming environments. The Fall Farm Festival allowed for families to attend a community-style event in a welcoming, safe, and secure environment at TTS. The event was at no cost to families.

Many activities were stationed around the 20-acre farm for families to enjoy together. This included a candy trail through the woods sponsored by Eaton First Presbyterian Church, games and a ninja course, horse rides, cart rides, hayrides, crafts, and animal fun. Many community members volunteered their time to assist with the event and to help families as needed.

A donation presentation took place with the Brookville Corvette Club donating $1,000 to TTA. Donations of any level would be greatly appreciated from the community. These donations support children’s therapy expenses, camp and group funds, animal care, hippotherapy, scholarships, and much more. Donation can be made at through Square Up, Venmo, and Paypal.

“When you give to the TTA Campaign, your tax-deductible gift will have a real impact on children and families right here in Preble County,” Jodi Vogel, Doctor of Occupational Therapy and Co-Owner of Triangle Therapy Services LLC said in a press release last week. “We may be small but together our reach is mighty.”

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