School Based Pediatric Therapy
Our Physical and Occupational Therapists work with your child in the comfort of their regular school setting to address skill issues that may interfere with their educational performance. Some of these areas include hand function, oral motor function, visual motor and perceptual skills, sensory awareness/processing, self-care, pre-vocational tasks, physical navigation of the school setting, including physical education class and playground environment. Qualifying students range between the ages 3 to 21 and demonstrate an area of difficulty, which impacts their ability to function in their school environment.
School based Physical Therapy focuses on a student's ability to navigate the school setting and successfully participate with peers in school-based activities. Our school-based Physical Therapy program allows students with physical disabilities or delays to access the educational resources that are available to them at school with increased ease and independence.
Our Physical Therapy program is designed to help the student to complete curriculum standards and may include but is not limited to:
- Navigation of school environment (playground, stairs, bus steps, hallways, ramps, cafeteria, classrooms, etc.).
- Gross motor skill development to maximize student participation in gym classes & recess.
- Posture and trunk control for tabletop activities.
Rehab Connection has been serving the Camden, Gloucester and Burlington County School Districts for over 23 years. Our staff of over 25 certified and licensed Occupational and Physical Therapists work with each district's educational team to provide evaluations, screenings and treatment to assist all children in reaching their highest potential in the classroom. Our therapists are available to work with one student or a full school day. They maintain consistent communication with the Child Study Teams for IEP's and provide timely reports customized to fit the needs of your individual district. If you represent an area school district and would like further information about how Rehab Connection can best serve the schools in your district, please email Missy Gordon using the form below or call (856) 547-4422.