Parents Guide to Different Types of Rehabilitation Therapy
A Parents Guide to different types of rehabilitation therapy is a resource page that aims to support caregivers during the transition home from the NICU. Created with input from the Golisano Children’s Rehab team, we're here to provide you with information, activities, and resources to support your child’s development.
Lee Health Pediatric Outpatient Therapy Services
Many children who spend time in the NICU will receive a referral for outpatient therapy services. Golisano Children’s Rehabilitation provides physical therapy, behavioral analysis, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, and audiology services. These highly skilled professionals assess your child’s needs and work hard to maximize their full potential.
What is Pediatric Audiology?
Early hearing loss diagnosis and intervention will maximize your child’s speech and language development. Our audiologists provide care for hearing aids and other assistive devices.
What is Pediatric Behavior Analysis?
What is Speech Language Pathology?
Pediatric Speech Therapy (Speech Language Pathology)
Communication bolsters a child's ability to learn and interact with others. At Lee Health, we evaluate children's verbal/nonverbal skills so they can improve their communication skills. Learn more!
What is Pediatric Occupational Therapy?
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Pediatric occupational therapy promotes activities that enable children to learn and develop life skills, be creative, and enjoy and thrive in age-appropriate Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).
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We invite you to use this section to learn more about us and the services that we offer to parents. We offer resources to help parents from the time their child is born to adulthood.