Rehabilitation Services includes three areas; occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy. Each of these three areas has one goal; helping your child reach their full potential.
We provide skilled assessment, consultation and treatment for children from infants to teens. We start by identifying a patient’s immediate need and then create a personalized plan for long-term wellness.
Parents and families are involved in each step of evaluation and treatment, including parent training and home programs. We call this approach family-centered care.
We also work in partnership with primary care doctors and schools. When we work together, we offer the greatest opportunity for improvement and independence for your child.
Our team works with professionals from the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center, the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, and the Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital. See a list of all the habilitation and rehabilitation services at Vanderbilt.
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