Family involvement is the keyWe encourage your family to be an active part of the rehabilitation team. You provide valuable information about your child's needs, skills and home, school and community environments. We will teach you how to continue treatment at home, at school and in the community.
We have a dedicated, enthusiastic team that is committed to helping your child succeed to the best of his or her ability. Our audiologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech and language pathologists are experts in pediatric rehabilitation. Many have advanced training and certifications. Their commitment to learning the latest techniques and procedures shows their commitment to helping children.
Featuring the Pediatric Feeding Clinic
The Feeding Clinic evaluates children of all ages with feeding issues. You must have a referral to make an appointment for your child. A single session at the clinic can address questions and concerns from the simple to the complex. Our team includes a speech-language pathologist (SLP), occupational therapist (OT) and a registered dietitian (RD). They may recommend and refer your child to a psychologist or social worker for other services.
Medical conditions appropriate for referral
- Tube feed transitions
- Failure to thrive due to motor delays
- Delayed developmental feeding milestones
- Texture aversion
- Abnormalities of mouth/throat that interfere with feeding
- Behavioral issues
- Sensory issues that interfere with eating
- Feeding issues related to reflux
- Feeding issues related to prematurity
Our pediatric therapists work closely with the Adoption Medicine Clinic to help adopted children and their families in this transition.