Children living with developmental disorders and physical impairments often require specialized care. At AnMed Health Pediatric Therapy Works, we provide physical, speech, and occupational therapy services to these children. Our therapists provide a family-centered team approach, assisting each family in reaching their child’s individual goals. Within our themed playrooms of specialized equipment and toys, we work with children with mild to severe deficits, striving to help each patient reach his or her fullest potential.
For Jannine Allen and her daughter, Gabby, coming to Pediatric Therapy Works allowed them to communicate for the first time. Watch Jannine's story below.
The Pediatric Therapy Works team is special in all aspects of the word. Our therapists have extensive training and experience working with pediatric patients who have special needs. Pediatric Therapy Works helps many types of children, including those with:
- Brachial Plexus Injury
- Fine motor and handwriting difficulties
- Cerebral Palsy
- Chromosomal and genetic syndromes
- Communication delays
- Developmental delays
- Failure to thrive and feeding difficulties
- Learning disabilities
- Gross motor delays and poor posture
- Sensory processing dysfunction
- Speech and language disorders
- Orthopedic injuries
- Spanish language communication skills
Using some of the latest and most up-to-date therapy approaches, our occupational, physical and speech therapists provide a wide range of services, including:
- Neurodevelopmental therapy
- Sensory integration
- Aquatic therapy
- Myofascial release
- Craniosacral techniques
- Pediatric VitalStim
- Assistive technology
- Augmentative communication
- The Listening Program
- Interactive Metronome
- Auditory Verbal Training
- Beckman Oral Motor Protocol
- Massery Respiratory Techniques
Our therapists provide care in a variety of settings. Besides outpatient care, we contract services to public school districts and offer inpatient therapy at AnMed Health Women’s and Children’s Hospital. For some of our medically fragile patients, leaving home is not possible. In these cases, home health services are provided, including family education, equipment consultation and therapeutic activities. Whatever your child’s special needs may be, there’s a good chance Pediatric Therapy Works can help.
How do you get started? All therapy services require a physician’s referral. Your child’s pediatrician may fax a prescription to our office. At that point, a member of the Pediatric Therapy Works staff will contact you to schedule an evaluation visit.
Pediatric Therapy Works is one of many projects supported by the AnMed Health Foundation.
AnMed Health Pediatric Therapy Works
701North Fant St.
Anderson, SC 29621
(864) 512-3608 fax