EARLY INTERVENTION WITH HEALTHPRO PEDIATRICS
Specialized therapy to help the smallest among us reach their full potential
We are proud of our 35+ year history of working with families, early intervention programs, and schools providing customizable therapy services that get results. As a national leading provider of highly skilled therapeutic clinicians, HealthPRO Pediatrics will be right by your side helping your infant or toddler meet developmental milestones through a wide range of support options.
How Do I Know if My Infant Needs Early Intervention Services?
You know your child better than anyone. If you feel he/she may have developmental delays – speech, language, communication, feeding, sensory, social-emotional, self-help, and/or motor – our team is equipped to help. Providing services early on better assists children in reaching developmental milestones and being successful in their school-aged years.
Our collaborative approach to therapeutic and support services uses evidence-based practices to ensure the highest quality outcomes for infants and toddlers. We use a coaching model in the child's natural environment around daily routines, so families are not only present during therapy, but directly involved in the care.
To help children thrive in their natural environments even through this pandemic, we are still able to conduct services right where you are using our compliant virtual & telehealth services! Because much of the therapy is done during activities of daily living (i.e., eating, walking, talking, playing), it’s applicable, and transferable, to their everyday life.
Capabilities and Support Services
We base our therapies on the child’s needs and potential, not strictly on their symptoms or diagnosis. Our dedicated, knowledgeable clinicians can help children build confidence, dignity, and a sense of self-worth, using any of the following services:
- Occupational Therapy (OT) – focuses on mastering the skills of daily living, which may include eating, playing, walking, talking, socializing, and more.
- Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) – strives to improve and maintain all aspects of communication and speech. They can also assist with feeding and swallowing abilities.
- Physical Therapy (PT) – helps build and enhance physical movement and functional ability. Therapy can help improve mobility, balance, range of motion and physical strength.
- Behavioral Services/Special Instruction – emphasizes a positive and systematic way of teaching skills and reducing behavioral problems.