We create custom treatment plans specific to each child, which may include occupational, physical and speech therapy. These plans are designed to promote mobility, cognitive awareness, social skills and independence.
Our assessments and therapy programs also include consultation and collaboration with patients family members, school and medical professionals as necessary.
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Brachial plexus injury
- Cerebral palsy
- Cleft palate
- Developmental delay
- Down syndrome
- Feeding problems
- Premature birth
- Sensory processing disorders
- Spina bifida
- Traumatic brain injury
A referral is required for patients to receive pediatric rehabilitation services. Talk to your child’s pediatrician about receiving a referral.
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Children want and need to move through their world. We help infants and children achieve the mobility that is needed to play, explore and function as easily and independently as possible in their everyday lives.
We use our expertise of motor development skills and understanding of the nervous system and growing body to help children achieve independent movement or recover from an injury or illness that has made movement less efficient.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
We assist you and your child in the development of skills that lead to independence in self-help, play, academic and social areas:
- Fine motor coordination and handwriting skills.
- Oral-motor development and eating skills.
- Age-appropriate independence in daily living skills.
- Instruction for caregivers in development, play or physical handling of the infant.
- Normal sensory response development (touch, movement, sight, sound).
Pediatric Speech-Language Therapy
We assist you in teaching your child to become a successful communicator and to be an independent language learner:
- Language & expression
- Articulation: Pronouncing sounds.
- Language comprehension: Listening and understanding vocabulary.
- Expressive language: Using words, sentences and gestures to convey ideas.
- Fluent speech: Minimize stuttering.
- Healthy voice: Minimize hoarseness and vocal strain.
- Interaction & communication
- Social communication: Sharing experiences with peers.
- Play skills: Exploring and learning about the world.
- Reading & writing skills
- Thinking skills
- Improving attention span and memory.
- Encouraging problem solving.
- Eating & drinking
- Promote normal chewing.
- Learn safe swallowing.
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