Photo courtesy of Kindering 
                                Kindering CEO Lisa Greenwald and Together Center CEO Kim Sarnecki at the ribbon cutting of the new Kindering location in Redmond.

Photo courtesy of Kindering Kindering CEO Lisa Greenwald and Together Center CEO Kim Sarnecki at the ribbon cutting of the new Kindering location in Redmond.

Kindering Redmond opens in the Together Center

The location provides developmental evaluations and desk space for staff serving the local area with home therapy visits.

  • Friday, April 26, 2019 8:30am
  • Life

After announcing plans in January to open a satellite campus in Redmond, Kindering has officially opened its fourth campus in the densest area of Kindering’s early intervention population.

According to a press release, the Redmond campus, located on the Together Center campus, is a neighborhood-based location close to public transportation options, which facilitates access to services for all families. Kindering Redmond provides developmental evaluations and desk space for staff serving the local area with home therapy visits. The campus also includes space for one-on-one therapies and supports.

Annually, more than 10,000 people throughout east King County seek services at Together Center, a local setting for more than 20 essential human service agencies to provide critical resources including shelter, medical and dental care, counseling, child care, supports for the disabled, mental health services, and many more.

“We’ve been serving the Redmond community for decades but never had a physical presence here,” Kindering CEO Lisa Greenwald said at the grand opening on April 18. “We’re really excited to be a complement to what is already offered at the Together Center.”

Greenwald was joined in cutting the ribbon on Kindering Redmond by Kim Sarnecki, CEO of the Together Center.

“We’re thrilled to have you here. We’re so excited about new partnerships and exciting opportunities,” said Sarnecki.

Kindering Redmond is now accepting appointments for developmental evaluations for children up to 3 years old. For more information about evaluations and other services, call 425-747-4004.

Learn more about Kindering at www.kindering.org.


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