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Resources – Children & Adolescents – Occupational / Physical Therapists

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Children’s Institute for Learning Differences (CHILD)Developmental Therapy Services provides occupational, speech and mental health therapy services to children ages 3 to 18 in the community and for children attending CHILD SchoolLink425-336-3260Renton
Center for Therapeutic InterventionWorks with developmental delays & pervasive disorders. Neurodevelopmental, sensory processing evaluation and integration, motor planning and coordination, strengths and differences, includes behavioral modification.Link253-851-3874Gig Harbor
Children's Therapy Center of KentFamily centered pediatric therapy for children ages birth to 18, includes speech, physical and occupational therapy. Aquatic therapy and physical therapy on horseback for ages birth to 3 years.Link253-854-5660Kent, Tacoma, Burien, and Maple Valley/Black Diamond
Eastside Children’s Therapy
Vikki Littlemen, OTR/L, Clinical Director
Diagnosis and treatment for children and young adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities, fine and gross motor delays, and handwriting deficits. Occupational therapy for those with a wide variety of special needs.Link425-392-2346Issaquah
Holly Ridge Center
Their mission is to enable children and adults with differing abilities to reach their fullest potential. Early Learning Center, Infant Toddler Program and the Adult Employment Services.

Early Learning Center play groups classes are designed by professionals to provide an enriching environment where all children learn through positive play, ages 18 months to 23 months. There are scholarship applications available upon request.

Adult Employment Services is a supported employment agency providing community based employment services to adults with disabilities.
ICAN Children’s Therapy ClinicThey are a multidisciplinary team of providers using evidence-based treatment, excellent people and innovative approaches to achieve the best possible outcomes for their patients. Their goal is to help children reach their full functional potential through physical, occupational, speech and language therapy.Link425-644-6328, 425-657-0620Bellevue North and Bellevue South
KinderingKindering can provide specialized support that ensures all children can achieve to their full potential. Specialists offer evidence-based therapy, counseling and education services. The programs consist of developmental screenings, physical and occupational therapy, toddler pre-school and social skills.Link425-747-4004Redmond, Bothell, Bellevue, Renton
Kitsap Children's Therapy Program provides physical rehabilitation services, occupational therapy, and speech/language therapy for individuals from birth to young adulthood with a variety of diagnoses. The program offers standardized developmental evaluation and treatment.Link360-697-2228Poulsbo
North West Pediatric TherapiesPediatric therapists work closely with parents, Physicians, schools and daycare providers to identify, evaluate and establish treatment objectives. The therapy helps children from birth to young adults improve their ability to perform functional motor activities like fine and gross motor delays.Link425-392-7989Issaquah
Pediatric Physical & Occupational Therapy Services
Rosemary White, OTR/L
The practice specializes in working with children presenting challenges associated with disorders of relating and communicating such as autism spectrum, aspergers, sensory processing and integration disorders, regulatory disorders, dyspraxia, learning, behavioral and neurological disorders. The Service offers Summer Camps with the focus on relating and social interaction with peers.Link206-367-5853Shoreline