We are a private therapy practice located in northwest Ohio that caters to children with special needs and their families. The Rehab Dynamics staff has training and experience specifically in the field of pediatric therapy.
Rehab Dynamics, Inc. was formed in 1996 by Maureen Kane-Wineland, Ph.D.,OT/L and Ann Nagle, P.T. after they noticed a lack of private therapy services in the greater Toledo area focusing on children. We currently are located in West Toledo off of U.S. 23 where we have a 6,000 sq ft. building that allows us to provide both individual and groups programs.
We offer occupational, physical and speech-language therapy services individually and we are starting to offer some small groups this summer at an offsite facility so that masking and distancing can still be incorporated. Currently Rehab Dynamics is also providing OT services for the Early Intervention Program through the Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities, the Fetal Alcohol Diagnostic Clinic through DOUBLE ARC.
Our goal is to help children be as successful as possible in their lives and provide support and education for family members and loved ones. Because we know family involvement is critical to patient care, we offer flexible hours and encourage parent/guardian participation in therapy sessions. Past and present clients can attest to our personal and caring approach, as well as the professional level of therapy received.
WHO WE HELP
Rehab Dynamics typically sees children with these diagnoses and/or needs:
- Sensory Integration/Sensory Processing Disorders
- Feeding Disorders/ARFID
- Social Skills Challenges
- Picky Eaters
- Developmental Delay
- Neurological Disorders
- Congenital Disorders
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Alcohol-Related Neurological Deficits
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Speech Language Delay
- Poor Hand Skills (including decrease in dexterity and strength)
- Poor Handwriting
- Poor Balance
- Hearing Impaired
- Vision Impaired
- Orthopedic Injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Timing and Sequencing Issues
- Assistive Technology (such as wheelchair, computer/keyboarding, and classroom adaptations)