On Monday, May 20th, 2019, Integrated Therapeutics Group (ITG) celebrated the opening of its doors in Randolph with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by local officials and community organizations. Located at 319 Quaker Church Road, ITG focuses on providing innovative academic practices and technology with the support of therapy and teachers to aid children with Autism, Apraxia, and Dyspraxia learn effectively. The facility offers a variety of programs designed to improve the language ability, gross and fine motor skills, social-emotional skills, and life skills of their students.
The new learning facility is an exciting new addition to Randolph’s diverse population of industries and businesses, adding to the growth of the township’s number of prominent academic, health, and medical establishments. Among those who attended the ceremony were: Mayor Jim Loveys, Deputy Mayor Christine Carey, Councilman Mark Forstenhausler, Councilman Lance Tkacs, Councilman Lou Nisivoccia and Township Manager Stephen Mountain. For more information about ITG’s programs and methods, visit integratedtherapeuticsgroup.com or call 973-328-4itg.