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What is Pediatric Therapy?
A Pediatric Therapist:
- Works with children ranging from birth to age 21 and their families to reach maximum independent function
- Promotes active participation in home, school and community environments
- Is trained to assess the gross motor and sensory functions of children and design an individualized care plan that will emphasize improved functional skills, or prevention of further disability
- Promotes health and wellness in collaboration with families and other medical, developmental, and educational specialists
Common Pediatric Diagnosis' Evaluated by a Therapist:—
Autism/Spectrum disorders | Cerebral Palsy
Torticollis | Developmental/Gross Motor Delay
Downs Syndrome | Gait abnormalities | Genetic Syndromes
Hypotonia | Toe walking | ADHD/ADD
"Clumsy" motor incoordination | Traumatic and acquired brain injury