Easter Seals Children's Therapy Program
Easter Seals' Children’s Therapy Program is designed to help kids live, learn, work and play through our physical, occupational and speech therapy services. Each of its dedicated therapists has specialized training and experience in working with children to promote growth and development. The goal of the program is to allow the child to be as independent as possible and participate in family, school, and community activites. We help kids PLAY!
Our mission is to provide the absolute highest quality of therapy for children with special needs ranging from birth to 21 years. Easter Seals is an AAAASF accredited facility, and many of our therapists hold Master and Doctoral degrees with specialized training and certifications including:
|PROMPT training||Hand Writing without Tears|
|Hanen Language Program||SPIO|
|Therapeutic Listening||Sensory Integration|
|Lite Gait||Beckman Oral Motor|
|Feeding Therapy||Augmentive Communication|
|Universal Exercise Units||Floor Time Therapy|
We also offer Intensive Physical Therapy sessions for 3 hours a day 4 days a week for 2-4 weeks. In our clinic we have the Universal Exercise Unit, and Therasuit. We can, and sometimes will, use any and all of our training and equipment in a therapy session.
Services are determined through a comprehensive intake and an assessment procedure conducted by a licensed Physical, Occupational or Speech therapist, and therapy programs are individualized with parent and child goals incorporated into the treatment plan. We strive to coordinate services with other agencies and the child's school. We want your child to fully participate in life!
Our program accepts Medicaid, CHIPs, some private insurance, and private pay as fee for service. Children can be referred to our program via parents, caregivers, medical community, ECI, and other community programs.
To refer a child, or for further information, please call 713-838-9050 ext 381.
Our clinic is located at:
4500 Bissonnet Street, Suite 100
Bellaire, Texas 77401
*This clinic is made possible, in part, by a grant from United Way
*Clients are rendered services without distinction due to race, color, national origin, religion, sex or handicap.