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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy can help children communicate effectively by assisting with the improvement of their verbal and non-verbal language skills. Therapy can also help with things like following directions, playing appropriately, and social skills. 

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy can help children gain functional independence while also strengthening  fine motor skills, sensory motor skills, and visual motor skills that children need to function and socialize in their everyday meaningful activities.


The role of a pediatric therapist is to work with the child and their family to assist each child to reach their maximum potential to function independently and to promote active participation at home, in school, and in the community. 

Feeding Therapy

Feeding therapy can help infants and children who have difficulties sucking, chewing, feeding or swallowing. Therapy can help increase the range of foods a child accepts and the oral motor skills they need to eat age appropriate foods.

Community Therapy

Home-based therapies are physically and emotionally motivating for patients and families. Most families note that they are more satisfied with their quality of life when receiving care in the home. Many times, children who receive in-home therapy versus going to a facility are quicker to gain independence and perform developmentally appropriate tasks.

Babies Can't Wait

Babies Can't Wait

Babies Can’t Wait (BCW) is Georgia’s early intervention program that offers coordinated services for infants and toddlers with special needs, from birth to three years-of-age and their families.

Free Screening

Wee Care Pediatric Therapy offers free OT/ST/PT screens for pediatric patients. Please e-mail for more information

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