Santé Pediatric Services Recognizes 2010 Artwork Winners

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Second annual children’s art competition honors special needs patients across Texas

We are excited to feature the artwork on Facebook so that patients can share with their friends and families.

Santé Pediatric Services, one of the largest independent pediatric therapy providers in Texas, announces today the winners of the second annual Santé Pediatric Services Call of Artwork. The winners’ art can be viewed on the company’s Facebook page and will be featured on the pediatric therapy company’s custom thank you cards in 2011.

Santé solicited work from 10 of their locations across Texas, including offices in Austin, San Antonio, Lubbock, and Waco. The children were asked to draw, paint, or collage what they thought of a certain month of the year. All of the art pieces were then shipped to Santé headquarters in Dallas, Texas.

With the full intention of creating a 2011 calendar, similar to the previous year’s project which was distributed to patients, families, and affiliates, the internal board could not decide on the top 12 and wished to honor every child’s artwork. This year, Santé will feature the art of several children and feature these designs on custom-made cards.

“If only there were more months in the year,” said Aimee Kilgore, Vice President of sales and marketing for Santé. “We knew we couldn’t just honor 12. We are excited to feature the artwork on Facebook so that patients can share with their friends and families.”

Since 1988, Santé Pediatric Services has helped thousands of children, from birth to their early twenties; reach their maximum potential by providing pediatric physical, occupational, and speech therapies.

About Santé Pediatric Services

Santé Pediatric Services has provided quality pediatric therapy services to thousands of children throughout the state of Texas. Santé serves more than 107 Texas counties through its ten clinics and in homes and other settings. Santé strives to provide solutions that make a difference in the lives of children with special needs. For more information, please visit


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