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Pediatric Outpatient Therapy Services

Pediatric outpatient therapy services are offered at our Rehabilitation Center. Our team provides developmental assessments and treatment, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. Diagnoses seen at the clinic are listed below. To learn more about our services or to make an appointment, call (850) 747-7966.

  • Developmental Delay
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Hypotonia
  • Hypertonia
  • Torticollis
  • Plagiocephaly
  • Brachial Plexus
  • Sensory Processing
  • Down Syndrome
  • Autism
  • Prematurity


The Neonatal Developmental Follow-up Clinic monitors and promotes the development of at-risk children, including those who are born premature or have low birth weight, an identified condition that may lead to a developmental delay, birth defects or special care needs during the newborn period. Screening assessments and treatment are individualized to meet the specific needs of the child and family.


  • Developmental screening and assessment at critical intervals throughout infancy and toddlerhood
  • Care coordination to provide family support and help accessing community services
  • Education regarding developmental milestones or stages
  • Activities and exercises to promote development
Our speech-language pathologists promote intensive education and intervention targeting swallowing, appropriate attachment, social interaction, play, language comprehension, and language expression for the birth to three-year-old population. Our speech-language pathologists offer a broad spectrum of services focusing on parent/ caregiver education and engaging activities for the child. Our program fosters developing communication and functional swallowing skills that reach beyond the therapy room. Our center is a Scottish Rite-sponsored facility offering discounted pediatric speech therapy services to children in need regardless of insurance or income.
Our occupational therapists strive to promote a child's successful participation in their daily activities. Our pediatric occupational therapy uses play-based therapies for sensory integration, visual-motor coordination, visual-perceptual skills, vestibular and proprioceptive input. Strengthening and mobility are also addressed as they relate to play and manipulation of tools for eating and school readiness. Environmental modifications are recommended for optimal engagement in eating, sleeping and play. Parent education and home programs are provided to embed therapies into the families' daily routines.
Our physical therapists strive to help children develop appropriate gross motor skills, independence and safety to move and participate throughout their environment. Pediatric physical therapy promotes strength, function, movement, improved range of motion, improved balance and functional independence at the highest possible level. We provide play-based therapy and parent education to make the most of each child's abilities.