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703-979-1400
3833 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 400 Arlington VA
22203

Aveanna is committed to providing high-quality, outcomes-oriented healthcare to patients requiring specialized pediatric rehabilitation services. Every employee shares this commitment as we strive daily for clinical excellence, high standards of patient care, partnerships with our families and communities, and ongoing therapy education. By providing physical, occupational, and speech therapy, we are able to provide a valuable multidisciplinary approach that serves all of the child’s therapy needs. In addition, consistent collaboration with doctors and community healthcare providers widen our ability to care for the children further. We also take frequent communication and cooperation with a child’s school into consideration as we provide the most thorough care possible to meet each child’s goals. Our hope is to set goals with the patient and family and do everything we can to help a child reach their personal best. The family is a key component in optimizing therapy outcomes. We want all of our families to feel that they are involved and knowledgeable about the therapy and care their children are receiving, because help and follow-through at home can make a world of difference in the effectiveness of therapy. With caregiver collaboration and family-centered treatment, we provide a level of excellence in therapy that we are proud to share with you.

7574903223
7574902936
7600 Leesburg Pike, East Building Suite 105, Falls Church VA 22043
22043

Creative Health Solutions offers seamlessly integrated occupational therapy and speech-language pathology as well as other custom developed services and programs to help children and adults address physical, emotional, and social challenges.

703-910-5006
888-314-6706
3900 Jermantown RD Ste 250, Fairfax, VA
22030-4946

The Autism and Communications Disorders Clinic provides diagnostic services.
The Georgetown diagnostic team consists of:
a developmental cognitive neurologist
clinical psychologist
occupational therapist
and speech language pathologist

The Georgetown team uses a strength based approach to assess:
neurological functioning
cognitive abilities
adaptive skills
sensory-motor processing
communications
social interaction

202-444-0433
202-687-8899
Georgetown University Cntr for Child &Human Devel
Box 571485
Washington DC
20057