Ivy Rehab for Kids, a national provider of pediatric therapy services, celebrates the opening of its 100th state-of-the-art pediatric facility.

“This milestone pediatric clinic represents confirmation that Ivy Rehab is advancing our goal of serving more children with high-quality pediatric therapy and ABA services across the nation,” said Troy Bage, CEO for Ivy Rehab for Kids. “Being the leader in outpatient pediatric therapy and ABA means more communities are gaining access to vitally important care to help children reach necessary development milestones and thrive.”

The unique facility in Muskegon, MI contains two dedicated pediatric care centers, one offering physical, occupational, and speech therapy and the other providing Applied Behavior Analysis, ABA, for children diagnosed with Autism. These two centers work together to provide a comprehensive approach to caring for children in Muskegon and surrounding communities.

“As an occupational therapist, I have seen the many benefits of pediatric therapy and how high-quality care can help the entire family. Meeting a child where they are and tailoring care to their individual needs helps drive positive outcomes tremendously,” said Shanyn Rapson, OTR/L, Clinic Director of physical, speech, and occupational therapy at the new facility. “I’m honored to be a part of the Ivy team and to provide exceptional full-service outpatient pediatric services to my community and beyond.”

Edward Ansuini will serve as the Clinic Director of the ABA facility. “It fills my cup to be able to provide necessary services in one convenient location and work collaboratively with other disciplines,” he said. “This provides our families with a full-service facility to meet their children’s needs in one convenient, high-quality treatment environment.”

[Source(s): Ivy Rehab Network, PR Newswire]

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