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Pediatric Therapy Services in Wisconsin

We know you have big dreams for your child. We do, too! We at Rehab Resources believe that all children, from newborns to teens, should have a chance to reach their unique potential. If your child needs some extra help, you have come to the right place. We offer a wide range of Rehabilitation Services provided by a compassionate, experienced team of specialized Pediatric Professionals.

Outpatient Therapy Services Where You Need It

As a therapist-owned and operated business, it is our mission to provide the highest level of care. We are uniquely suited to serve your family however you need support locations throughout Wisconsin and in-home therapy also available.

our Expertise

Our Expertise

At Rehab Resources our rehabilitation professionals play a key role by helping children with many conditions:

  • Cerebral Palsy, Head Injuries, and other Neuromuscular Conditions
  • Sensory Integration Dysfunction (ADD, ADHD, and Learning Disabilities)
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder
  • Down Syndrome
  • Spina Bifida
  • Torticollis
  • Scoliosis
  • Speech, Articulation, and Feeding Delays
  • Rare and Unique Conditions Requiring Innovative Care

Pediatric Physical Therapists

Work to improve a child’s age appropriate strength, flexibility, range of motion, posture, balance and movement patterns. Provide assessments for adaptive equipment and orthotics. Assess a variety of aspects that affect and determine a child’s ability to be independent by enhancing their ability to participate in activities within the home, school and community. Improve gross motor milestone skills of rolling, crawling, sitting and walking.

Pediatric Occupational Therapists

Improve upper extremity range of motion, coordination, strength, and endurance. Work towards improving a child’s ability to be an active participant in life’s meaningful activities by improving play skills, self-care, fine motor skills and sensory processing. Improving behavior state control to facilitate age appropriate attention, sleep and calming patterns. Provide assessments for adaptive equipment.

Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists

Improve a child’s ability to be understood and to communicate effectively via verbal and nonverbal language. Provide training in the use of augmentative communication systems. Address feeding and swallowing in infants and children. Provide speech training for children with hearing impairments. Improve speech fluency and reduce stuttering.