Children's center at MVH marks 10th year
Observer-Reporter - 9/13/2017
Monongahela Valley Hospital's
Center for Children's Rehabilitation Services recently celebrated 10 years of helping children in the Mon Valley.During that time, the MVH CCR has treated hundreds of children from birth to age 21 for a variety of conditions, such as apraxia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism, developmental delays, Down syndrome, fine and gross motor-skill delays, neuromuscular and neurological conditions, orthopedic disorders, pervasive developmental disabilities, sensory integration disorders, speech/language delays and disorders as well as swallowing disorders.The MVH CCR, which is located at 1029 Country Club Road, Monongahela, has patients from Washington, Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny counties, among others.Services include speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Patients must have a prescription from a physician to receive service, and most insurances are accepted.The MVH CCR addresses the medical, educational and emotional needs of children and adolescents, as well as their families.At the center, innovative and comprehensive programming is provided to help each child obtain the best life possible.For more information or to schedule a day or evening appointment, call the Center for Children's Rehabilitation at 24-258-2971.
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