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Terracon Foundation’s $5k Grant Enables Renovations for ADA Learning Kitchen at Moody Clinic

Nonprofit facility serving children in Rio Grande Valley benefits from grant

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Terracon, a leading national consulting engineering firm comprised of engineers, scientists, architects, facilities experts, and field professionals announces the completion of renovations for Moody Clinic’s Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Kitchen Learning Lab. Image courtesy of Terracon Foundation
Terracon, a leading national consulting engineering firm comprised of engineers, scientists, architects, facilities experts, and field professionals announces the completion of renovations for Moody Clinic’s Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Kitchen Learning Lab. Image courtesy of Terracon Foundation
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PHARR, Texas – Terracon, a leading national consulting engineering firm comprised of engineers, scientists, architects, facilities experts, and field professionals announces the completion of renovations for Moody Clinic’s Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Kitchen Learning Lab.

The Terracon Foundation is proud to announce the completion of renovations to the ADA Kitchen Learning Lab at Moody Clinic in Brownsville, Texas, made possible in part by a $5,000 grant from the Foundation. This significant project represents a major advancement for the community, particularly for the children under the care of Moody Clinic, Rio Grande Valley’s only nonprofit outpatient rehabilitative clinic providing speech, physical, and occupational therapy services to children with special needs.

Image courtesy of Terracon Foundation

The newly renovated ADA Kitchen Learning Lab promises to offer crucial resources and support, enriching the learning journey of the children and fostering their overall growth and well-being. This state-of-the-art facility is designed to be fully accessible, ensuring that all children, regardless of their abilities, can learn and develop essential life skills in a supportive environment.

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“We are honored to support Moody Clinic in their mission to provide exceptional care and resources for children in our community,” said Stephanie Cardoza, grant champion and senior associate at Terracon. “The ADA Kitchen Learning Lab is a testament to our commitment to fostering inclusivity and ensuring that every child has the opportunity to thrive.”

The Moody Clinic has long been a beacon of hope and support for families in the Rio Grande Valley, offering a range of services designed to enhance the lives of children with special needs. The addition of the ADA Kitchen Learning Lab is a significant enhancement to its offerings, providing a practical, hands-on learning environment that will benefit countless children for years to come. To learn more about the services provided by Moody Clinic, please visit moodyclinic.org.

Terracon is an employee-owned, multidiscipline consulting firm comprised of more than 6,000 curious minds focused on solving engineering and technical challenges from more than 175 locations nationwide. Explore with us by visiting terracon.com.

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