Above and beyond the services provided in our physical, occupational, and speech therapy appointments, the Pediatric Rehabilitation Center offers additional, specialized programs for children in the community.
Pediatric Rehabilitation intermittently offers a feeding group for problem feeders based on the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to feeding. This unique program is designed for treating children with feeding and/or weight/growth difficulties. Led by HSS Pediatric Occupational and Speech Therapists, the SOS feeding group integrates sensory, oral-motor, and behavioral aspects of feeding to manage feeding problems.
The Summer Fitness Fun program provides for children 12 to 21 years of age who already receive or have received therapy services here at Hospital for Special Surgery. The program includes cardiovascular exercises, strengthening, healthy lifestyle tips and snacks, and social peer interactions/activities.
Zero to Three, Come Grow with Me is a community education program provided for parents. The goal of the program is to explore the developmental milestones of the first 3 years of a child’s life. The presentation, taught by physical, occupational, and speech therapists, is designed to guide parents and care givers on normal development and age appropriate activities.
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