Realizing your child’s potential, one ability at a time.
Kidabilities Pediatric Therapy
Kidabilities Pediatric Therapy Center is an outpatient facility that provides highly specialized Physical, Occupational and Speech Language/Oral Motor/Feeding Therapy. Our therapists work in teams to provide comprehensive services to ensure your child’s total development. Whether your child needs one therapy service or multiple, our staff will develop a personalized plan of care to help your child achieve their maximum potential. Our services will address every area of your child’s development: physical, emotional, social and language.
We Offer Free Developmental Screenings!
Owners Sarah Veillon, OTR/L, and Leigh Roark, CCC-SLP, have a passion for pediatric therapy. We have over 35 years of combined experience helping children in a variety of settings reach their fullest potential. We’re excited to provide an integrated facility designed to help families and promote every child’s true abilities.
We accept Kentucky and Tennessee Medicaid and most Commercial insurance plans.
Realize Your Child’s Potential at Kidabilities!
A child’s occupation is to be a kid! Through a variety of intervention strategies and techniques, occupational therapists help children acquire the skills needed for the job of living. Benefits include improvements in fine motor skills, visual-motor integration, dexterity, strength, coordination & motor planning, social skills, developmental play skills, self-help, and sensory integration.
Pediatric Speech-Language therapy helps children improve their verbal and/or nonverbal communication skills. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work with children who exhibit speech or language disorders, such as developmental receptive/expressive language delays, social communication disorders, articulation disorders, stuttering disorders, and feeding disorders.
Our Physical Therapist helps children with movement activities that allow them to experience independent interactions with the world around them. Through play and special equipment, our staff promote gross motor development and milestone achievements.
Some of the common conditions we treat include:
• Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Cerebral Palsy
• Developmental Coordination Disorder
• Developmental Apraxia of Speech
• Auditory Processing Disorder
• Failure to Thrive
• Language Delays
• Feeding and Swallowing Disorders
• Stuttering Disorders
• Down Syndrome
• Cleft Palate
• Voice Disorders
• Genetic Disorders/Birth Defects
• Any other condition that affects growth and development
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