Our daughter at the age of 11 had a brain injury 9 years ago leaving her with no gag, no cough and no ability to swallow. She was left paralyzed and on a ventilator and could not speak. She spent 5 months in the hospital. During this time she participated in physical therapy in the hospital. She made progress but not as much as we had hoped for. We decided to look for a different kind of therapy, one that was more intensive; a new way to get her up and moving.
Our daughter has been in intensive therapy for about 7 years now and has progressed greatly. She now speaks, is off oxygen, off the ventilator and she has a cough and a gag. She can use her arms and is walking again using her Hart Walker.
Our Daughter has a ways to go before finishing her journey and this is why we started Children's Intensive Therapy NW. Our daughter would have been turned away once she turned 18 to adult therapy. We felt this would be a step backwards and decided to start a clinic that is there for these kids forever. We will not discharge any child due to their age. These kids that come to our clinic need different therapy than Pediatric play therapy, orthopedic therapy or sport therapy. This is long term physical therapy with long term reachable goals with no age limits.
We look forward to your child joining our journey.
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