Central Vermont Medical Center offers occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech language therapy for the pediatric population, ages birth through young adult.
CVMC Rehabilitation Services offers occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech language therapy for the pediatric population, ages birth through young adult.
Our therapists work with children with a range of diagnoses including autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, developmental delay, torticollis, stuttering, and developmental coordination and articulation disorders.
We strive to engage in child-centered play-based therapy, with a focus on parent education to facilitate achievement of functional goals for increasing independence in everyday tasks. Our clinic offers a bright open space with swings, scooters, climbing equipment and fine/gross motor games.
Collaboration with school based-therapists is provided as necessary to facilitate the child’s overall therapeutic program.
Pediatric feeding therapy is geared to provide services to children of all ages who have feeding and swallowing difficulties. Feeding therapy is used to identify whether or not a child is a “picky eater” or a problem feeder through intensive evaluation. Feeding/eating is a learned skill starting at birth and is one of the most complex behaviors a body can perform due to using all 8 of our sensory systems together. Through play and food exploration we assist families and patients on gaining oral motor skills and acceptance of foods to increase food variety in the clinic and most importantly within their daily routines with social meals at home.
- Physical Therapist
- Occupational Therapist
- Speech Language Pathologist
CVMC Rehabilitation Therapy - Berlin
CVMC Rehabilitation Therapy - Berlin - Granger Road