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At Children's Therapy, we provide inpatient and outpatient treatment in occupational therapy (OT), physical therapy (PT), speech and language therapy, social and nutritional services, and family resource coordination.
A variety of approaches help children reach their potential in mobility, daily living, social skills abilities, and communication. Exercises include large and small muscle groups, sensorimotor activities, play, technology, self-care practices, feeding acitivities, and the design and fitting of orthotic devices.
Children's Therapy also participates with Valley Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to offer evaluation, treatment, and followup for premature and full-term infants experiencing developmental and/or feeding problems.
Special programs offered by Children's Therapy include Feeding Therapy and Orthopedic Therapy
Birth to Six--Growth & Development
What Parents and Caregivers Should Look For
These informational charts will help you look at the whole child, watching and listening for milestones at each age level.
Starlight Children's Foundation
Brightening the lives of kids and their families
Did you know Valley Medical Center’s Pediatric and Children’s Services have a wish list on the Starlight Foundation’s website? You can select and choose to donate specific items needed by our inpatient Pediatrics unit and outpatient Children’s Therapy. Learn more about the families whose lives have been brightened by Starlight.
To schedule an appointment or for more information about Children's Therapy services, call 425.656.4215.
Children’s Therapy Información de Emergencia
In an effort to keep everyone healthy, we ask that you keep your child at home if they have experienced fever, vomiting, or diarrhea within the last 24 hours. Please also consider keeping them at home if they have symptoms or behaviors of illness that would preclude them from participating fully in therapy.