We want to help your child lead an active and satisfying life. Our team of licensed therapists helps children overcome physical and emotional challenges so they can build independence.
Our experienced staff can provide recommendations for adaptive devices, home programs and parent-led teaching strategies.
Your child’s team of experts
Pediatric physical therapist
The goal of the pediatric physical therapist is to maximize your child’s independence with functional mobility and fitness. Based on an individualized program, the physical therapist works to improve the infant and young child’s ability to move about the world in a safe and effective manner.
Pediatric occupational therapist
The goal of the pediatric occupational therapist is to promote independence with role performance for infants and young children in the areas of home, school, play and self-care. Programs may focus on fine motor skills, sensory integration, handwriting skills and coordination.
Pediatric speech /language therapist
The goal of the pediatric speech language pathologist is to help children become successful communicators, independent language learners and to help improve feeding independence. Child-specific, individualized programs may focus on speech, language, feeding and swallowing, oral motor, voice, fluency or cognitive skills.
The social worker provides emotional support and assistance with finances, transportation and connection with community resources. All patients currently receiving therapy in our clinic are eligible for this free service.
- PEDAL Clinic (Program for the Evaluation of Development and Learning)
- Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic
- NICU Follow-Up Clinic
- Improve range of motion, strength, balance, coordination, endurance, mobility and wellness
- Help your child achieve age-appropriate developmental milestones
- Help your child better participate in age-appropriate gross motor and school activities
- Evaluate for equipment needs to maximize mobility
- Improve fine motor/handwriting skills and coordination
- Promote independence in self care and daily living skills
- Improve sensory processing skills and self-modulation
- Determine adaptive equipment needs for independence in the home and community
- Improve understanding and expression of oral and written language
- Improve speech fluency and articulation
- Improve problem solving and reasoning skills
- Improve eating skills and swallowing patterns
Getting started with pediatric rehabilitation
A physician referral is required for the initial evaluation. Please call our clinic to schedule an appointment. Plan on arriving 15 minutes early with your prescription for therapy, current insurance, list of current medications, applicable questionnaires and related school test results.