Children’s Intensive Therapy – Portland OR

Address: 7203 SE Raymond Street
Portland, OR 97206
Phone: 503-895-76200 Email: NO EMAIL Website:

Children’s Intensive Therapy NW is a RESULTS driven clinic that has one of the most extensive and respected
Physical and Occupational Therapy Programs Specializing in Habilitation and Rehabilitation services in the Pacific Northwest.
With our 44 years of collective experience in Pediatric Intensive Physical and Orthotic Suit Therapy we are the clinic of choice.

Physical Therapy – Our physical therapist requires a commitment to education and training. In 2016 Our therapist attended over 18 Continuing Education Classes totaling 108 credits.

Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy at CIT help children improve their ability to perform everyday tasks. They evaluate and treat individuals from infancy through adolescence. Therapy consists of the acquisition of developmental milestones through gross & fine motor play, development of self-care abilities, social skills, handwriting, oral motor, behavior, sensory integrative development and more.

Outpatient Clinic serving children, adolescents and adults Facilitate individual and group treatment sessions by providing targeted, evidence-based intervention CIT focuses on purposeful activities related to specific life-skills Develop and participate in the therapeutic feeding group Growing Eaters for children and their caregivers to address feeding challenges Conduct skilled occupational therapy evaluations using standardized and non-standardized methods Recommend and implement appropriate home, school, and community accommodations Create individualized home exercise programs to increase functional carry over while delivering patient and family education Collaborate and supervise occupational therapy services provided by Certified Occupational Therapy CIT OT’s also sees children with ADD, ADHD, FAS and Sensory Integration Disorders. Children with diagnosis such as Autism or children labeled as having behavior or attention problems often have underlying sensory processing problems.

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