REACH beyond challenges. Together.


Reach Therapy is a safe, compassionate environment staffed with professional therapists who are committed to evidence-based treatment techniques and real-world positive outcomes. We are committed to helping children REACH beyond challenges caused by an array of developmental delays through customized, innovative therapy and family-centered planning for continued growth.

We foster a safe, fun environment for distinctive growth by all.

Our team offers collaborative, evidence-based therapy approaches to an array of clients with developmental challenges in our outpatient clinic, daycares, homes, and schools.

We staff experienced well-practiced therapists who aren’t afraid to think outside the box and are committed to lifelong learning in this ever-changing field.

Our crew practices dynamic and respectful communication with families.

We combine data, learning, and compassion to create short-term and long-term outcomes.

Our team is dedicated to engaging with families and our wonderful community base to provide educational resources and support.

New Locations Coming Soon!

Reach Therapy is excited to expand and bring help and hope to more families across Arkansas with new locations in Searcy and Hot Springs! Our new therapy center at 2017 E Race Avenue in Searcy, AR, is now open, and our Hot Springs location at 4328 Central Avenue, Suite M, Hot Springs, AR, will open soon in June 2024. Stay tuned for more updates!


Reach Therapy Services is owned by two therapists who each offer 15+ years of experience in pediatric therapy. Kerri and Adrienne both value the hands-on approach taken by therapists at Reach. “We are committed here to find the best possible outcomes for each child that comes in the door,” Kerri says. “We do that through hiring the very best therapists, believing in our children and our families, empowering them to do the work that will make a difference, and collaborating within this wonderful community.


Adrienne Nash

Adrienne graduated with her Bachelor of Science in 1998 and her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology in 2000, having earned both degrees from the University of Central Arkansas. She lives in Conway with her husband Jason, daughter Riley, son Parker, and Cavapoo Dax.


Kerri Hooten

Kerri is a native of Conway and a proud graduate of Conway High School. She received her degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Central Arkansas. Since then, she has spent more than 15 years in outpatient pediatric clinics, public and private schools, as well as developmental preschools.