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Total Rehab therapists:

  • Work closely with the family/caregiver, service coordinator and physician to develop a plan of care based on the needs of each patient.

  • Provide therapy in the child’s natural environment in the home, school, or daycare.

  • Are part of a multidisciplinary team. 

  • Improve the child's ability to function effectively in daily life.  

  • Provide on-going assessment throughout treatment to determine progress toward goals and any unmet needs that need to be addressed.  

  • Discharge the child from therapy when targeted skills reach an age appropriate level or when maximum improvement is made.  

  • Aim to best serve each patient’s needs through an individualized Plan of Care.

Articles & Resources
​Speech & Language

​- Articulation/Phonological 

   processes delays

- Receptive Language Delays

- Expressive Language Delays

- Resonance/Voice Disorders

- Apraxia of speech

- Fluency Disorders

Occupational Therapy​

- Facilitation of Gross and Fine Motor


- Developmental Delays
- Feeding problems

- Visual Perceptual Training

- Sensorimotor Training
- Attention & Concentration      

- Learning Problems

- Activities of daily living training

Physical Therapy​

- Muscle Strengthening

- Gross Motor Development

- Gait Training

- Sensory Motor Training
- Coordination & Balance Training
- Fabrication and Application of

  orthotic devices and Adaptive




To make a referral for Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy or to gather more information, please select:

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