Pediatric Rehabilitation

Fisher-Titus Medical Center has been providing outpatient pediatric therapy since 1985. Our specialized pediatric team offers individual and group therapy for children of all ages and diagnoses. These licensed therapists supply children with an environment conducive to learning, while still giving them an opportunity to play.

Fisher-Titus Medical Center's therapy team works together with parents and caregivers to help children reach specific goals in all areas of development. With the family as part of our team, a child will have more opportunities — both at home and in therapy — to reach his or her highest potential.

The Kid's Place for Learning and Therapy

The Kids’ Place is a unique area designed for young patients' special needs. As you enter The Kids' Place for Learning and Therapy, a child-friendly setting allows kids to move, play, and learn in a safe, private environment while they await therapy.

A gym and specialized treatment spaces provide innovations like a climbing wall, training horse, swings, zip line, and ball pit to encourage the development of social and interaction skills, language, sitting, crawling, walking, self-care, and fine motor coordination.

The Fisher-Titus Pediatric Therapy team also provides group programs to supplement educational and private treatment programs, along with workshops to promote continuing education for families, educators, and therapists throughout the region.

Autism Spectrum Kids Program

The Fisher-Titus Autism Spectrum Kids program (ASK) provides special care plans and support for children, families, and community members touched by Autism Spectrum disorders. ASK is overseen by the Pediatric Therapy Department.

Our Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic offers specialized physical, occupational, and speech therapy services within a state-of-the-art facility.

Our therapists specialize in many acclaimed treatment options including sensory integration, visual support systems, augmentative communication, the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)®, the Hanen Program®, Neuro Developmental Treatment TM, VitalStim®, the SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach to Feeding, Beckman Oral Motor Assessment and Intervention, and the Kineseo Taping® Method.

In addition to therapeutic services, ASK offers:

  • ASK newsletter and lending library
  • Consultative services
  • Educational seminars
  • Sensory-friendly movies and events

Contact Us

For more information about Fisher-Titus Pediatric Therapy programs, contact Lindsey Esker at 419-663-1975, ext. 3040.

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