Congratulations and many thanks to Heartspring for 75 years of helping children with disabilities and their families. The Wichita center began at the University of Wichita in 1934 and became the Institute of Logopedics in 1949. It was renamed Heartspring in 1993, and its primary focus now is on outpatient care and clients with autism. During its 75 years, the center has helped thousands of children from around the country. As an Eagle article noted, it has given a voice to children without one.
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