Services for children
Find a full range of rehabilitation services especially for babies, toddlers and school-aged children:
- Occupational therapy – Helps children develop skills needed to play, learn and complete daily activities more independently.
- Physical therapy – Improves strength, coordination, balance and large-muscle movements like crawling, walking, running and jumping.
- Speech therapy – Assists with feeding issues, such as difficulty chewing or swallowing, and communication challenges, including speech disorders.
Coordinated, family-centered care
Rely on ProHealth for family-centered rehabilitation services. Your child’s therapist or therapists work together with you to provide care that fits your family. Expect us to:
- Help you understand your child’s condition and therapy options, so you can make informed decisions.
- Incorporate your family’s preferences and values into your child’s care plan.
- Show you how to be an active participant in your child’s therapy.
- Connect you with community resources, such as medical equipment suppliers, support groups and more.
Does my child need rehabilitation services?
Your pediatrician may recommend therapy if your child is at risk for or faces physical or developmental challenges due to:
- Chronic conditions, such as multiple sclerosis or cerebral palsy
- Congenital disorders (conditions present at birth)
- Broken bones or other injuries
- Developmental delays or disorders
- Feeding and swallowing disorders
- Hearing loss
- Premature birth
- Positional plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome)
- Sensory processing disorders
- Torticollis (twisted or tilted neck)