When I first read about Angela Hanscom and her Timbernook campsI thought here is an OT after my own heart. She really thinks out of the box and has been super creative with her private practice. She has developed a business that is not the typical private practice business model.
Then I learned that she helps other therapists do the same thing and she now has a growing business. At that point I reached out to her to see if she would join me in a podcast.
She licenses her outdoor camp to other therapists and professionals so that they can run one in their own geographical area, wherever that may be. She provides a turn key, start to finish package that others can use.
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Here is what you will learn:
How she started
She didn’t start with a business in mind – rather service to others
How she sets up a camp
How she scaled her idea to a business
The therapy philosophy of Timbernook camps
Why Timbernook camps sell out so fast
Where Timbernook camps can be hosted – No you don’t need to own 20 acres of land
What her Timbernook core business team looks like
How she put her family first and worked her business around that priority
Angela’s Article on Janet Lansbury’s site: “Your Baby’s Call of the Wild”
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