Our innovative clinical facility offers three disciplines of pediatric therapy under one roof, ensuring that no child, disability, or age group is left behind. Together, our physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy helps children become independent participants in their community—in places like school, at home, or out in public.
Early Intervention are services and supports to help infants and toddlers from birth to three years old with disabilities or delays in their development. These services are intended to help eligible children learn new skills, overcome challenges, and increase success in life.
Our caregivers supervise children in the family’s home, giving parents time to take care of themselves, focus on their spouse or other children, and come back revitalized for their child.
One-on-one aides work collaboratively with after-school programs to properly assess, evaluate, and include children with disabilities in-center activities.
UP offers seasonal activities to children, teens, and young adults with disabilities such as bike camp, music classes, sailing, and more!
Family Support Services
UP believes that a true form of long-lasting support engages the child’s family members. To that end, we provide ongoing educational workshops and support groups for both parents and siblings.