Our highly specialized therapist provide a full range of services for children birth to 21 years, who need additional care and support in their development and progress.
Physical therapy examines the science of movement, how our muscles move our body, and how abnormal muscle activity may lead to movement disorders or developmental delays. A physical therapist can provide evaluation, assessment, consultation, and care for children who require ...Find out more
Evaluation and treatment of delays and disorders involving fine motor control needed for picking up small objects, feeding/oral motor, hand-eye coordination, copying and tracing designs and letters, as well as, sensory integration dysfunction. Since the “occupation” of children is play, it ...Find out more
Speech and language therapy treatments focus on the development of receptive and expressive language. Successful communication involves the ability to hear a message, process the information, formulate a response, initiate and motor plan a response verbally in a socially appropriate ...Find out more
A skillfully drafted letter of medical necessity is an essential part of a request for funding for assistive technology. A letter of medical necessity, whether being submitted to the Department of Human Services, a private insurance company or other funding ...Find out more
Early intervention services at Pediatric Therapy Network help children from birth to 3 years by contracting with the Children’s Developmental Services Agency (CDSA) through the Infant Toddler Program (ITP). Your child’s Case Coordinator will refer to us directly if your child ...Find out more