Outpatient & Birth to Three Services
Rehab Resources provides outpatient therapy services to all children in fun, state of the art clinics. Physicians and pediatricians throughout Southeast Wisconsin refer their patients to Rehab Resources because we are able to meet the complex needs of their patients and families. Our therapists collaborate with families, physicians and other community providers to help all children realize their fullest potential.
In addition to our outpatient services, we are a provider for the Birth to Three Program in many counties. Otherwise known as the Early Intervention Program of Wisconsin, The Wisconsin Birth to Three Program is a federally-mandated program (Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act—IDEA) to support families of children with delays or disabilities under the age of three.
Why Choose Rehab Resources?
We are proud to be a leader in pediatric rehabilitation. Our staff includes qualified, caring professionals who specialize in pediatric rehabilitation and sensory integration. Several of our therapists are recognized nationally for their clinical expertise and training.
What makes our programs so unique and effective is the personal time we spend with your child to target areas of weakness and enhance areas of strength.
We offer expertise in designing pediatric programs in collaboration with families, school and the community.
Our goal is to have a positive impact on the lives of the families and the children we treat.
Infants and children experiencing challenges with daily activities may benefit from our specialized Occupational, Physical and Speech therapies.
Through evaluation, listening and communication with your family and medical team, we achieve an ongoing partnership to meet all the therapy needs of your child.
Learn more about the programs we offer where we integrate the use of traditional and innovative treatment techniques, or better yet, email your questions or pick up the phone and give us a call at (920) 885-4750 .
Rehab Resources Inc partners with Birth to Three Programs, public or private schools, and other organizations to provide therapy services as needed.