Providence Child Center Therapeutic and Rehabilitation Services

Providence Child Center offers clinics and activities for children with a broad range of abilities with a specialty in augmentative communication and recreational therapies.

Outpatient therapy
Outpatient therapy services are provided to children in the community through Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children. We provide a comprehensive, family-centered approach to helping children with developmental needs from infancy through adolescence.

Our developmental pediatricians work together with our therapists, audiologists, dietitians and social workers to create individualized programs for each child. This collaboration allows us to maximize outcomes by evaluating each child’s on-going needs and providing emergent therapies. Our clinic focuses on the importance of play in creating a successful home program. Learn more about PNCC. 

Inpatient therapy
Inpatient therapy services and recreational therapy are provided to children at the Center for Medically Fragile Children. Specialized therapies provided to the children of our center include Augmentative and Alternative Communication therapy, the Snoezelen room, and aquatic therapy. The Center for Medically Fragile Children also has a robust recreational therapy program made possible by our therapy team and hundreds of volunteers. Learn more about CMFC.