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Your evaluation will be done by a licensed clinician who will develop a specific therapy plan. The clinician will include the family in the planning to help identify specific functional abilities or goals for the patient. The therapy plan will include how often therapy will occur and how long it’s expected to last. It will also show how the patient will make progress toward their goals and outcomes.
Audiologists focus on diagnosing specific types of hearing loss for all pediatric ages.
The cochlear implant (CI) program was created to serve children diagnosed with significant hearing loss who receive limited to no hearing aid benefit and whose families are dedicated to seeking an oral mode of communication.
Occupational therapy focuses on fine motor and functional skills to enhance development, restore function and to prevent disability from pediatric conditions, illness and injury.
Physical therapy focuses on large motor and functional skills to enhance development restore function and prevent disability from pediatric conditions, illness or injury.
Speech pathologists focus on oral motor, speech, language and communication skills to enhance development, restore function and to prevent disability from pediatric conditions, illness or injury.
SPORTS Rehab provides coordinated and comprehensive care to children and teens with orthopedic or sports related injuries.
Transitional Care Unit (TCU) is an inpatient hospital area that provides rehabilitation services to children recovering from all types of illnesses and injuries and congenital defects affecting the brain, spine and central nervous system.
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