Our Adolescent/Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation Program was created especially for children with learning or physical injury, illness or congenital causes. This family-centered program proudly serves patients from birth to 17 years of age, and focuses on the unique needs of each individual child while empowering parents with the skills and strategies they need to ensure their child’s success. Targeted toward this age group, we make our therapy sessions both fun and functional, and seek to carry over the activities the child learns in therapy into the home, school and community.
Adolescent/Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation Program services include:
- Occupational therapy: Occupational therapy specializes in the evaluation and treatment of infants and children dealing with disease, injury, disability or developmental problems.
- Physical therapy: Physical therapy focuses on the evaluation and treatment of infants and children with disabilities and injuries, and seeks to restore mobility and assist in preventative care.
- Speech therapy: Speech therapy aims to help infants and children cope with difficulties related to feeding or swallowing, oral-motor skills, language, speech, cognition and memory.
- Hearing services: Hearing services specialize in diagnosing hearing loss and auditory processing disorders in infants and children, as well as providing interventions, counseling and/or treatment.
Adolescent/Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation Program offers therapy services for children with the following characteristics:
- Development delay
- Orthopedic injury
- Neurological impairments
- Respiratory compromise
- Coordination and motor planning difficulties
- Sensory integration difficulties
- Speech difficulties
- Feeding and swallowing difficulties
- Academic difficulties
We also offer a Swallowing and Feeding Clinic, designed to help infants with swallowing and feeding difficulties. These disorders are often characterized by:
- Frequent coughing, choking, gagging and/or spitting up
- Food or liquid falling out of the child’s mouth
- The child eating only small amounts of food at a time
If these symptoms describe your child, make an appointment with us today by calling (407) 303-8080.