Pediatric Therapy

Easterseals South Carolina offers both school based services and home based therapy services for children and their families.

School Based Services - Our goal is to offer professional and reliable services, which enable school districts and Head Start programs to meet legal obligations and responsibilities under written law. We provided therapy and support services to children with special needs referred from local school districts and head starts as prescribed through the student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP), Disabilities may be permanent or temporary; physical or developmental; genetic or accidental.

Home Based Therapy Services - Therapists offer home based therapy to children and families throughout South Carolina.  Our therapists offer parents and caregivers an opportunity to have a family focused, in home therapy service to assist their child from birth to age 3.

Therapy Services Offered by Easterseals South Carolina include:

Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Language Therapy

Referral for Thearpy Services

Easterseals South Carolina offers school districts and head starts a means to meet federal requirements by assuming liability, training and supervision of all therapy staff. All therapists are professionally trained, licensed, and registered in their respective disciplines. 

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Easterseals South Carolina is highly respected in the therapy community and is recognized as a leading provider of serving children with disabilities across the state.

Contact Shae Peak, Rehabilitative Therapy Director via email or by phone 803-212-8971.

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