RehabSource for Kids, the pediatric division of RehabSource, is dedicated to using the combined knowledge and creativity of our Pediatric Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech Therapists to focus on each child’s specific needs. For children in need of developmental assistance, early identification at an early age is a key factor in successful treatment.
Our team believes in working through a child’s strengths to improve their weaknesses with:
We believe that providing quality healthcare in our public school system is every superintendent’s goal.
Often funding and seeking reimbursement for Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) services can be an obstacle. With our range of healthcare services and knowledge of the EPSDT School Based Services reimbursement program, your children can get the care they deserve, at the cost you can afford.
RehabSource for Kids is committed to creating value in the delivery of pediatric healthcare services for your school by offering:
RehabSource for Kids is dedicated to developing programs for children, who have developmental delays, neuromuscular diagnoses and sensory integration deficits. Our therapists work closely with children, parents and teachers to understand each child’s personal and educational needs. Such an understanding will enable our therapists to design an enjoyable program, which will enable our patients to achieve their age-appropriate motor skills. We intend on making therapy fun and on motivating each child to achieve their greatest potential!
RehabSource for Kids offers a variety of therapy programs to fit the needs of your children.
ur physical therapists work with children to improve balance, strength, posture and motor control. While focusing on each child’s strengths, they will develop gross motor skills like rolling, walking and jumping. Our physical therapists may also recommend and fit bracing or other adaptive equipment.
hrough play, our occupational therapists help children develop fine motor skills needed for activities in daily life such as playing with toys, writing or cutting with scissors. Our licensed therapists teach adaptive techniques and use of adaptive equipment to accomplish everyday tasks such as eating and dressing.
ur speech therapists focus on articulation and oral motor function while working on the structures and functions of the mouth. Through the use of oral motor therapy, our therapists work on a range of motion, coordination of movement, accuracy and speed of movement of the tongue, teeth, lips and jaw. Language is the understanding and use of symbols to communicate. Through game play, our therapists teach these rules as well as the social skills of language such as turn-taking, eye contact and reading facial expressions.