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Dedicated Pediatric Therapy has a team of exceptional therapists who are dedicated to your child's success! We want to help your child meet and exceed their developmental milestones.


Our company offers home-based occupational, speech therapy services for children ages 0-21 years in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties. Therapy sessions are available to take place at private schools, aftercare, in the home, or via teletherapy- whichever is more convenient for the child and their family.


Diagnoses we specialize in include: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Rett Syndrome, and more.


Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy uses a holistic approach to treat the core issues affecting developmental delays and disorders.  


Areas we target include:

  • Fine Motor Skills (how a child uses their hands)

  • Visual Motor Skills (how a child uses their eyes during functional tasks)
  • Cognitive Skills (letter identification, problem solving, reading skills, attention to task, following directions)
  • Gross Motor Skills (sitting, head control, activity tolerance, strength, coordination)
  • Sensory Processing & self regulation
  • Self-care (dressing, feeding, meal preparation, brushing teeth)


These developmental milestones are important to encourage and facilitate independence in everyday activities such as play, school, self-care, and family roles. 


Speech Therapy

Speech therapy involves verbal and non-verbal communication, cognitive skills, social skills, and oral motor control. 


 Areas we target include:

  • Fluency

  • Speech Production

  • Language

  • Cognition

  • Voice

  • Resonance

  • Feeding & Swallowing

  • Auditory Processing

Speech therapists also may implement usage of an AAC device (Augmentative and Alternative Communication), PECs (Picture Exchange Communication), or eye gaze devices to make selections for words and items to express themselves. Oral motor strength and coordination methods may be used to improve chewing & swallowing.


Physical Therapy

Physical therapy targets gross motor development and motor milestones to promote active partipation children's homes, schools, and community.


Areas we target include:

  • Gross Motor Skills

  • Motor milestones (rolling, sitting up, crawling, walking, running, skipping)
  • Strength and coordination
  • Range of motion
  • Posture & positioning
  • Sensory Processing & self regulation
  • Coordination and balance related to completing self-care tasks (dressing, feeding, meal preparation)
  • Training for adaptive equipment
  • Recommending splints
  • Rehabilitation after trauma, surgery, injuries, and prostheses


These motor milestones are important to encourage and facilitate independence in everyday activities at home, school, and within the community.

Wheelchair evaluations, splinting & adaptive equipment recommendations

Our occupational therapist, Monica specializes in writing letters of recommendation for children with mobility limitations who may need wheelchairs, splints, or adaptive equipment.  We can recommend and prescribe the following types of equipment:

  • Pediatric wheelchairs of all kinds
    • Tilt-in-space
    • Power wheelchairs
    • Manual wheelchairs
    • Stroller-wheelchair combinations
  • Adaptive equipment including:
    • Bath chairs
    • Activity chairs
    • Hoyer lifts
    • Sleep Safe Beds
    • Special car seats
    • Standers
    • Gait trainers
    • & much more!
  • Splints of all kinds including:
    • Wrist-Hand-Finger Orthosis (WHFO)
    • Wrist-Hand Orthosis (WHO)
    • Thumb spica splint
    • Elbow extension splint
    • PediWrap elbow immobilizer
    • Mobile Arm Support (MAS)
    • Benik trunk vest
    • Hensinger collar
    • Supra Malleolar Orthosis (SMO)
    • Ankle-Foot Orthosis (AFO)
    • Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthosis (KAFO)
    • Standing, Walking & Sitting Hip Brace (SWASH)
    • Knee immobilizer
    • Orthopedic shoes
    • & much more!

Our preferred vendor for adaptive equipment is Custom Mobility and for splints is Dynamic Orthopedics.  We'll work with your child's doctor and the equipment vendor to ensure proper fit and function of each item ordered.

We accept Medicaid insurance plans including:

Children's Medical Services (CMS) & Straight Medicaid (in Florida) and Mainecare (in Maine)


We also accept funds from Step Up For Students & offer private pay packages. 


Please note: If we do not currently accept your insurance we may be able to make arrangements to request an out-of-network authorization or a one-time case agreement.

Parent testimonials



“Beth and Allison both are great therapists. Love the dedication and passion they put in their career. You can see they are really involved in it. And their first interest is my sons progress. They both listen to parents opinions and doubts. Love having them both on our team"

“I'm very pleased with services. My son is very happy.”

"Allison is awesome!! She is really able to apply her teaching background into her therapy sessions. The combination is perfect!"

“Robin is fantastic, she’s very knowledgeable. Dependable, patient, kind, understanding, caring and very compassionate. We just love her."

“Best therapist in the world. She‘s able to maintain interest for my son + keep me updated with his needs.”

“This is the best OT we’ve had. We’ve learned so many new things by having you! Not just in treatments/exercises but products too! I never knew about the hand straps prior, or using a jelly pad for my daughter's elbow! I truly love how dedicated you are in occupational therapy + are always looking for new ideas + ways to support my daughter + her goals. Thanks for going above + beyond. You’re truly the best!”

“We really like Silvia she is a great therapist. It is challenging working online but she has done a great job. Very satisfied.”

“Our therapist, Trish, is really special. She understands and adjusts to my son's moods, needs and goals. She gears the therapy towards what my son responds to and doesn't come in with a canned, inflexible approach like some therapists do. We are so grateful for her and her approach/services"

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