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Pediatric Rehabilitation

The Children's Institute - Rehabilitation facility offering several rehabilitation programs, including special education, programs for learning disabilities and prader-willi syndrome, and special needs adoption.

Methodist Pediatric and Adolescent Rehabilitation Services - Indianapolis, Indiana - Methodist Pediatric and Adolescent Rehabilitation Program specializes in the care of children and adolescents with the following diagnoses: traumatic or acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, burns, multiple orthopedic trauma, neuromuscular disorders, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, and other diagnoses.

Occupational Therapy Helping Children - Provide assessment and treatment of children 0 - 18 yrs old to help them develop age-appropriate self-care, play, leisure & school related skills. Children assessed present with a range of needs including learning disabilities autism, ADD, sensory impairments and gross and fine motor difficulties. An initial assessment is conducted and then treatment may be either in the form of individual therapy, home or school program.

Pediatric Rehabilitation Service - The Pediatric Rehabilitation Service at New York University Medical Center's Howard A. Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine provides the optimal rehabilitation setting for patients and their families.

St. Mary's Healthcare System for Children; St. Mary's Foundation for Children; Community of St. Mary - New York State provider of subacute complex medical care, intensive rehabilitative services and long term care to children with special healthcare needs from birth to eighteen years of age.

UCLA Pediatric Chronic Pain Program - The Pediatric Pain Program at UCLA Medical Center is a specialized program for the treatment of chronic and debilitating pain in children. Often the children treated by the Pediatric Pain Program are considered medically complicated or difficult to treat, mainly because pediatricians or subspecialists have been unsuccessful in their treatment effort.

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