Sproutlings Pediatric Day Care & Preschool – Kentucky

Address: 3701 Frankfort Avenue, Kosair Charities Center - Masonic Homes Louisville Campus
Louisville, KY 40207
Phone: (502) 753-8222 Fax: (502) 7538223 Email: info@sproutlingsdaycare.com Website: http://www.sproutlingsdaycare.com/

Located in Kosair Charities Center on our Louisville campus, Sproutlings is a 13,000-sq.-ft. day care and preschool that offers services for more than 100 kids.  The unique program has an inclusive approach to caring for kids with severe medical needs and kids with more traditional needs.  Provides a pediatric extended care center offering skilled nursing as well as occupational, speech and physical therapy. They have a fully inclusive approach that provides support for medically fragile children alongside children attending their traditional day care and preschool.  Sproutlings provides day, evening and weekend services for infants through school-age.
Sproutlings Pediatric Day Care & Preschool
provides an extraordinary place, with state-of-the-art resources, where every child can feel cared for, comfortable, safe and stimulated.  Sproutlings is also a place where parents can feel at ease and confident with the care of their children, so they can turn their attention to life's other commitments
Medically Prescribed Daycare:
Sproutling offers therapy services and pediatric nursing care.
While Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC) centers provide non-residential nursing care to children who are prescribed this care by a physician, Sproutlings is the only PPEC center in the region that integrates children of all abilities. We serve medically eligible children starting at 6 weeks of age, depending on their needs and the suitability of our services. Sproutlings provides a less-restrictive alternative to institutionalization and gives parents the peace of mind of knowing their children are well cared for in a safe environment.  Medically prescribed is/can be covered by Medicaid, Michelle P. Waiver and First Steps.
Therapy Services:

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