Developmental Rehab Services, Inc. provides speech and occupational therapy services for children from birth up to 21 years old, in a safe and comfortable atmosphere at our fully-equipped and spacious outpatient pediatric therapy clinic. When applicable, services may also be delivered at the child’s home.
With over 17 years of therapy experience, combined with the latest therapeutic techniques, we help your child with their developmental needs. Furthermore, we encourage parental input so that we can develop a customized treatment plan that will suit your child’s unique needs and therapy requirements. We have a highly-trained, passionate team of qualified Occupational, Speech, and Developmental Therapists who work tirelessly to improve, develop, and/or restore your child’s functions and abilities.
- Occupational Therapy
Does your child find it difficult to master every day activities, such as getting dressed or eating? Do they get easily frustrated and overwhelmed? If your child suffers from sensory processing issues, they may be able to benefit from our Occupational Therapy services. Learn more.
- Speech Therapy
Does your child have a stutter? Do they find it difficult to talk and communicate with others? Do they have trouble forming cohesive sentences? Through our Speech Therapy services, we address a broad range of speaking, language, and communication disorders. Learn more.
- Feeding Therapy
Feeding therapy is a specialized treatment method tailored to address feeding disorders (when a child refuses to drink or eat sufficient quantities to maintain their nutritional status). It can also be used to address concerns such as inappropriate mealtime behaviors, food refusal, and food selectivity.
- Developmental Milestone Screening Program
Developmental milestones are certain tasks that children can perform by a certain age. To check for any delays, we offer our Developmental Milestone Screening Program. We utilize appropriate screening tools designed for different ages, settings, and purposes. Note: A screening tool is not a decisive evidence of developmental delay. A positive screening result should be followed by a more in-depth assessment.
- Graduate Transition Program
Graduation is an exciting time for students and families. However, it can also lead to uncertainties and confusion. Through our Graduate Transition Program, we aim to prepare students in transitioning to a broad range of higher education or post-school opportunities.
- Community Integration Services
Through our Community Integration Services, we aim to help people with disabilities live as independently as possible in the wider community. We help them develop the skills, knowledge, and resources that they need in order to achieve their goals.
- Job Skills/Social Skills Training Program
With our Job Skills/Social Skills Training Program, we provide people with disabilities the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills that they need to participate in their chosen activities and prospective job. This program is designed to help people with disabilities socialize more with their community and to help them find meaningful work.
- Physical Therapy
Our physical therapy programs take a one-on-one care approach to help children who are dealing with developmental, orthopedic, and neuromuscular conditions. The goal is to promote the child’s development in physical strength, coordination, balance, and motor skills which are necessary for day-to-day activities.
Contact us at 713-320-2670 Set an Appointment now for further discussion of our services.