Helping Hands Therapy offers pediatric physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy in the outpatient and school settings. Our therapists are highly trained and specialize in the treatment of infants to young adults.  Our team of expert clinicians will provide one-on-one patient care to assist the child in achieving their goals.

Pediatric patients are referred for a variety of reasons including, but not limited to:

  • Developmental Delay
  • Autism
  • Fine and gross motor deficits
  • Speech and language disorder
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Down Syndrome
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Sensory integration disorders
  • Coordination deficits
  • Sports injuries
  • Spina Bifida
  • Toe-walking
  • Post-surgical injuries
  • Feeding and swallowing concerns
  • Torticollis

Outpatient Setting

In our clinic setting, pediatric therapy is unique because of the one-on-one interaction between the therapist and the child/family members. Family participation is encouraged to maximize outcomes. The therapists combine their skills and creativity to create programs for the children using a variety of specialized therapy equipment, games and toys that allow the children to participate in a fun, rewarding experience. The therapeutic team works together to deliver care best suited for each child and to maximize the rehabilitative process. Helping Hands Therapy outpatient clinics have therapists that specialize in the evaluation and treatment of Autism, cleft palate, pediatric orthopedics, pediatric neurology, developmentally delayed pediatrics and muscle tone/spasticity disorders.

School Setting

Helping Hands Therapy partners with school districts and private schools/preschools to provide therapy services in the school setting. Our pediatric therapists provide treatment for students who are mandated to receive physical, occupational and/or speech therapy services in school. For additional information on our services in the school setting, please contact us.

Early Intervention

Helping Hands Therapy also can participate in early intervention programs for children birth to age three who qualify for therapeutic and or educational services. These services are provided primarily in the home, but therapeutic services are available in our out-patient clinics.


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