Frequently Asked Questions
Can I stay with my child?
Do you have doctors and nurses?
Where exactly are you located?
What is the average length of stay?
What therapies do you offer?
Do you have a pool?
What is a physiatrist?
What types of services do you offer on an outpatient basis?
How do I start services?
One parent/caregiver may stay overnight with her child on the inpatient units. Siblings are not permitted to stay overnight.
Every inpatient’s care is managed by a physician and there is 24/7 nursing care on the inpatient units.
We offer four convenient locations, take a look at our Hospital Locations page for more information
Children stay in inpatient rehabilitation on average for 4 weeks. Based on individualized needs, lengths of stay may range from 1-2 weeks to 4-6 months.
The Children’s Institute has both a therapy pool and a full sized swimming pool.
They are physicians that specialize in physical medicine and rehabilitation with expertise related to all aspects of physical disability. The physiatrist provides specialized tests and treatments, such as Elecromyography, Botox, Baclofen, to assist in diagnosis and management of orthopedic and neurologic impairments. Working collaboratively with the treatment team, the physiatrist will order orthotics, prosthetics, wheelchairs and other adaptive equipment to support the best possible method of functioning for each child.
Assistive Technology and Augmentative Communication
Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Pediatric Cardiac Recovery Program
Prader-Willi Syndrome Program
Respite Care Program
RND/Pain Rehabilitation Program
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
Check out our Hospital Process - Get Started page to find out how to start the services you are interested in.