At H2 Health Kids and Great Strides Pediatric Rehabiliation we offer a wide range of services to meet the unique needs of children. We understand that children are not just small adults, and we take a child-centered approach to every aspect of their care.
Why Pediatric Care With Us?
We know that your child’s health is your number one priority. Our experienced and compassionate therapy team offer the personalized care your family deserves, and we make it a priority to get to know you and your child on a personal level. We understand that every family is different, and we tailor our care to meet your specific needs.
Our staff considers their job to be ‘a personal calling’. Our therapists are dedicated to the mission of improving the quality of life for children and their families. We provide effective, comprehensive treatment through an interdisciplinary collaborative approach.
Our pediatric services include:
When it comes to children, physical therapy (PT) is often thought of as a last resort. However, an increasing number of parents are turning to PT for help with their kids' development. And there's good reason to do so! Physical therapy can provide a host of benefits for children, from improving motor skills to reducing pain.
In addition, PT can help kids develop better balance and coordination. Since many childhood disorders are rooted in movement problems, early intervention with PT can make a big difference in a child's long-term health.
So, if your child is struggling with development, don't wait to get help.
When most people think of occupational therapy, they envision an elderly patient relearning how to complete everyday tasks. However, occupational therapy can be beneficial for people of all ages, including children. Through a variety of activities and exercises, occupational therapists can help children improve their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and sense of body awareness.
In addition, occupational therapy can also teach kids essential life skills such as dressing themselves or tying their shoes. As a result, occupational therapy can be a valuable tool for helping kids reach their full potential.
Children often love to talk. They babble endlessly, asking questions, making demands, and sharing their thoughts on everything from the weather to the latest family drama. For many parents, it can be a relief when their child finally learns to communicate clearly. However, for some families, speech therapy is a necessary part of the equation.
Children with speech delays or disorders often benefit from working with a speech therapist to improve their communication skills. In therapy, children learn how to produce sounds correctly, how to put words together to form sentences, and how to express themselves more effectively.
Applied behavior analysis means the design, implementation, and evaluation of instructional and environmental modifications to produce socially significant improvements in human behavior through skill acquisition and the reduction of problematic behavior. A behavior analysis program is based on empirical research, including the direct observation and measurement of behavior, and other consequences to produce behavior change.
We provide direct one on one therapy to promote language acquisition and reduce inappropriate behavior. Our interventions are based on applied behavior analysis (ABA), which is scientifically proven and the treatment of choice in treating individuals with autism. The cornerstone of our services is teaching new skills through verbal behavior.
As a parent, you want your child to be able to experience the world to the fullest. That's why it's important to ensure that their sensory processing is on point. Sensory processing is how the brain takes in and interprets information from the senses. When it's working properly, it allows children to accurately understand their surroundings and respond accordingly.
However, when there are issues with sensory processing, it can lead to problems with learning, behavior, and social skills. This is where sensory processing comes in.
Interactive metronome is an innovative tool that helps children learn through music. It uses rhythm and beat to keep children engaged and motivated. Children can use it to improve their coordination, timing, and motor skills. The interactive metronome also helps children develop a sense of rhythm and timing.
It is a great way for children to learn about music. The interactive metronome is a fun and effective way for children to learn while improving their coordination, timing, and motor skills.
Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals related to social and developmental milestones, using music-related activities to work on non-musical goals. The great news is Music Therapy can be done anywhere! We offer one-on-one telehealth appointments between your child and our licensed therapist. All you need is a computer with a camera and internet access.