The RMI team attended the Meyer Center Polo Classic on Sunday, October 22nd in Simpsonville, South Carolina. The event ran from 11:30 am-4:30 pm, and included a fast-paced polo match, stomping of the divots, cocktails, oysters, and an elegant champagne reception. Community members gathered for this sold-out event, after it returned from a 4-year hiatus. There were several sponsorship opportunities offered through the event, and Regenerative Medical Institute participated as a sponsor to show support for the Meyer Center for Special Children and its mission.
Dr. Orbeck is passionate about supporting and investing in the lives of children, just as he is dedicated to empowering individuals to be their best through treatments, therapies, and practices that enhance internal wellness and external beauty. Regenerative Medical Institute and the Meyer Center share common values to help enrich the lives of those with whom they work.
Meyer Center History
The Meyer Center was founded by Dr. Leslie Meyer in 1954. She believed that in the right environment, any child had the ability to learn. The center hired its first teacher in 1955, and together the teacher and founder worked towards developing quality education programs for children with disabilities. The Meyer Center continues to dedicate its programs towards enriching the lives of children.
Meyer Center Program Overview
The Meyer Center is a nonprofit specializing in early education and intensive therapy services to empower children with disabilities to reach their maximum potential. The Meyer Center provides combined education and therapies, and it is the only location in Upstate South Carolina that offers these services under one roof. The staff at the Meyer Center believe that implementing early intensive services can have a great impact on childrens’ potential in education, employment, and independent living as they get older.
Serving the Greenville Community
The Meyer Center and Regenerative Medical Institute are two organizations that serve the Greenville community in various ways to improve the lives of individuals. They each have committed, professional team members who work towards their founders’ missions, and who reflect their values on a daily basis. To learn more about the Meyer Center and ways to get involved, visit their website.