The High Hopes Pediatric Therapy Clinic welcomes children and youth, birth through age 21, into an enjoyable, kid-friendly environment where therapy is both fun and rewarding! Our state-of-the-art clinic is comprised of large rooms for strength-training, sensory and other activities, as well as individual treatment rooms with parent observation windows. A staff of highly -qualified pediatric therapists offers a multitude of services including physical, occupational, speech, and feeding therapies and more all at one location! With over 14 years average of specialized pediatric experience, our therapists are trained to evaluate clients and establish individualized goal-oriented therapy programs or work with existing IEPs and/or IFSPs for your child.
When a child comes to High Hopes for therapy, an evaluation may be conducted to identify strengths and areas of improvement in order to establish the appropriate goals and treatment plan. Therapeutic exercises in pediatrics typically take the form of structured play activities to accomplish specific objectives, while maintaining a child's attention and motivation. Our treatment plan for each child also includes parent instruction and consultation with your child's team of professionals to help your child reach their full potential.
Because High Hopes offers so many therapy options, it is easy for therapists to work cooperatively and meet your child's needs, all in one convenient location. Additionally, children who attend the High Hopes Inclusive Preschool (ages 6 weeks through Pre-K) can receive therapy services during their regular preschool day. Children and adolescents through age 21 who do not attend the preschool are also always welcomed and encouraged to benefit from the comprehensive services offered at the High Hopes Pediatric Therapy Clinic.
High Hopes admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.