Paramount Programs are Custom Designed for Children

Providing therapy for children requires more than just scaled-down equipment. At Paramount, we understand that children have unique concerns and needs. We have therapists who specialize in providing Applied Behavioral Analysis, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Neurological Rehabilitation, and Speech Therapy to pediatric patients from newborns to 21 years old.

In our Bay City facility, a fish tank in the waiting room keeps kids entertained while parents complete paperwork. Treatment takes place in rooms covered in bright murals and filled with toys. For children who have difficulty taking in, sorting out, and connection information, we turn to our innovative and calming Sensory Room. The Sensory Room helps children organize their vestibular and proprioceptive systems.

Our newly opened Chesaning facility includes safe, clean, and engaging learning rooms, the newest learning materials, a large playground area, and rooms specifically designed for treating sensory processing disorders. Stay tuned for updates including development of a sensory gym which will feature a rock climbing wall, sensory swings, and a ball pit.

Below is a sampling of our programs uniquely designed for pediatric patients. We draw on parts of all these programs to customize treatment plans that meet the unique needs of each of our patients.

When we create a personalized treatment plan for your child, we draw on a variety of state-of-the-art technology and techniques, including:

Pediatric Therapy helps patients whose daily living is impaired by:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Balance and Coordination Disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Cerebral Vascular Accident
  • Fine and Gross Motor Delay
  • Head Injury
  • Non-Verbal Learning Disorder
  • Sensory Integration Disorder
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
Alert Program teaches children strategies for handling emotions that lead to behavioral issues. Therapists help children understand their emotions and work with them to develop positive ways of facing uncomfortable feelings. The Alert Program fosters sensory integration and regulation, emotional control, social thinking, and executive functioning skills for children with challenges such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, and more.