Pediatric Rehabilitation

Information for Parents & Caregivers

Working Together to Help Your Child

Pediatric rehabilitation helps children and youth live well, build resiliency and take part in activities meaningful to them and their families. Care involves children, youth and families every step of the way. Families and healthcare providers work together to:

  • Take part in activities that are important to them
  • Set therapy goals and activities to help children and youth develop skills
  • Recover from a range of health conditions

AHS offers services for children and youth who have (neuro) developmental and/or medical conditions. Services focus on:

  • Health and developmental needs of infants and children in the early years
  • Episodic care for children and youth in the child and youth years

If you are a healthcare provider, visit Rehabilitation Information for Health Professionals.

Your Child's Healthcare Team

AHS provides pediatric rehabilitation in community, outpatient and specialized rehabilitation settings.

The most common healthcare providers involved in care are:

  • Audiologists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Therapy Assistants

Some areas may also include:

  • Child Life Specialist/Recreation Therapists
  • Early Childhood Intervention Providers
  • Psychologists
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Spiritual Health Providers

Start Your Search

Step 1 - Select your child’s service need from the service drop down menu.

Step 2 - Choose your location. You can start typing the city or town's name, or scroll through the existing drop-down list.


Step 3 - Enter your postal code.


Step 4 - Set the distance that you are willing to travel.

Step 5 - Click on the Search button to see results.

Webinars & Resources

Sign up for pediatric rehabilitation webinars and find resources that help you learn about children’s health and development.