How can our physical therapy services help your child?
Our pediatric physical therapists have a special passion for helping children and young adults. Drawing on a range of therapeutic approaches and techniques, they help children strengthen their large muscles, improve balance and coordination, and improve mobility in fun, creative ways. Our child-centered environment includes toys, musical instruments, swings, balls, bikes, and much more. Therapists build trust and rapport with children helping to motivate them to achieve new levels of independence with confidence and pride.
Our therapists treat children with a wide range of abilities. They are experienced in helping with children diagnosed with disorders such as cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, spina bifida, torticollis, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and many other conditions and developmental delays.
We teach family members activities they can enjoy with their child that help them carry over skills learned in therapy outside of the agency. As part of our “circle of care,” families receive parent education, advocacy and support at no charge through our Family Support Accent services.
We accept Medicaid, Medicaid HMOs, and most private insurance.
Physical therapy can help with:
holding up the head
recommendation, training, and use of adaptive equipment
“I thought since Bethany was a preemie, she would be behind in achieving milestones, but everything took too long. She was not sitting until she was a year old,” said Bethany’s mother, Delila. Bethany was officially diagnosed with cerebral palsy when she was 15 months old. Delila searched for therapy options that would encourage and […] Read more
At two-and-a-half years old, Dallas started occupational therapy at the Achievement Centers. Now four years old, Dallas is now able to stand and run, has an extensive vocabulary and an infectious laugh, enjoys jazz and gospel music, and is especially inquisitive about how things work. Read more