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Wee Care Pediatric Therapy

Community based therapy where it counts
Wee Care offers skilled therapy services in your child's natural environment.
Speech Therapy


Wee Care Pediatric Therapy is a pediatric speech, occupational and physical therapy group located in the Greater Savannah area.

We believe in fostering long term relationships with our families is they key to therapeutic success!

We always will go the extra mile for our patients. To us, that includes not just meeting the client’s needs, but also being a continuing resource for your family.


Always using an evidence based approach to therapy, we serve children with a variety of needs in the natural environment. Your child has plenty of room to be themselves and really put their new skills to work!

In-Home Therapy

Therapists can visit your home or daycare to provide therapy sessions where your child feels most comfortable. Children will be more likely to engage and learn in their natural environment. a place where they are familiar with their surroundings. 


This also gives parents, teachers and caregivers the opportunity to get involved and use development activities and communication goals in the kids' daily lives. 


Speech Therapy

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) focus on improving all aspects of communication to increase functioning in the home, at school, and in the community. Our SLPs perform a thorough evaluation of areas of concern, including articulation (speech sound production), fluency (stuttering), language development, reading and writing. We also examine areas of social and cognitive functioning such as engagement, play skills, executive functions, reasoning skills, and problem-solving skills.

Physical Therapy

The role of the pediatric physical therapist is to evaluate and provide treatment for delays in motor skills by developing the strength and range of motion that children need to move through their environment easily and effectively. In addition to assessment of flexibility, strength, posture, gait, sensory processing, balance, coordination and skill, the pediatric therapist is trained to assess motor development using standardized testing for age equivalents. The long-term goal includes gross motor skill development solid to age with good quality to both sides of the body.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists (OTs) focus on improving the meaningful activities of an individual’s daily life, including home activities, educational activities, play and leisure activities, and self-care activities. Our occupational therapists assess motor development, sensory processing, and social interaction to determine the barriers interfering with efficient participation in those meaningful activities.

Parent Recommended

Wee Care is dependable and experienced! Bring the therapist in the child’s natural environment is the best option. Reason being is that we need our kids using these skills in every day not just when they go to the clinic.

-Brandi Green, Parent

Ms. Kayla is amazing. She helped my son walk so fast! If it wasn’t for her I honestly would have been so lost! She gave toy recommendations, was very professional, and our sessions went so smooth! My son is very very shy, but after a second session, when Ms. Kayla brought him bubbles, he was so Comfortable with her. I cannot put into words how much she has helped us. My son can walk now! Thank you so much!

-Kayanna Beckett, Parent

You will never go back to traditional therapy after making the switch to Wee Care in-home services! Our therapists have become like family and are so caring and knowledgeable. Online account management and bill pay are also a breeze. Totally life changing!

-Brittany Sibillio, Parent

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