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Pediatrics: Supportive Learning

Rehabilitation
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Northeast Rehab Hospital offers community learning programs for children through our Supportive Learning Programs. These group programs focus on specific activities and range from Writing to Talking to Aquatics programs.

Groups are held in six-week sessions. All children are placed in groups according to age and ability level. Many days and times are available.

Sensational Movements

  • Motor Planning
  • Sensory Integration
  • Attention
  • Tactile Defensiveness

Let's Talk

  • Improve articulation and language skills
  • Reinforce appropriate oral-motor function and social interaction
  • Facilitate carry-over of new skills

Let's Eat

  • Increase tolerance of various food textures
  • Increase meal time interactions
  • Address oral sensitivities and/or aversions to food

Let's Print

  • Develop fine motor skills
  • Formulate appropriate grasp
  • Improve copying skills
  • Improve special organization skills

Life Skills

  • Improve problem solving skills
  • Develop age-appropriate social skills
  • Increase safety awareness and attention

Fluency Group

  • Improve speech fluency with various communication partners
  • Facilitate use of stuttering modification and fluency shaping techniques

Super Swimmers

  • Maximize function
  • Increase strength, flexibility and endurance

Upper Extremity Group

  • Maximize function
  • Increase strength and endurance

For a schedule of groups or more information, please contact the Pediatrics Department at 603-893-2900 ext. 3230

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