Our company, founded in 1998, was the first rehabilitation clinic in this area to specialize in pediatric therapy. Our philosophy is to promote the interest, well-being, and development of all children while making therapy a fun and helpful experience for children and parents. We treat children from birth to 21 years of age who have been diagnosed with some of the following conditions: autism, asperger's syndrome, developmental dyspraxia, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, sensory integration disorders, torticolis, spinabifida, food aversion disorders, head injuries, downs syndrome, and various other diagnosis.
MEET THE TEAM
Frank George, OTR/L-Owner
Chris Sandoval, OTR/L
Marin Landrum, OTR/L
Taylor Gray, OTR/L
Kerri Gregory, COTA/L
Randrea Donaldson, COTA/L
Kaysie Hart, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
Victoria Rosie Lovett, M.Ed., CCC-SLP
Wendy Carter, Office Manager
200 WEST MOORE STREET
610 N Patterson St Ste A, Valdosta, GA 31601
"My son began coming to Valdosta Pediatric Therapy in 2004. Since then, he has grown by leaps and bounds. Frank George's therapy is very structured and builds on the strengths of each child to help them become successful far beyond what anyone thought possible. Mr. George and his staff are also a very loving staff and love to have fun with each child. When your child enters the doors at VPTS, they feel as if they are the favorite person of the day! At VPTS the staff is very professional and compassionate and have become our family. I would highly recommend joining the VPTS family!"
" We absolutely LOVE Valdosta Pediatric Therapy! They are always so warm and welcoming. We trust and appreciate the staff and therapists. My son has progressed beautifully since beginning Speech & OT here. You can tell that everyone genuinely cares about each and every child in their care. They have been such a blessing to my family."
"My daughter began therapy with Frank when she was diagnosed with autism about 2 years ago when she was 2 years old. Her therapy has done wonders for her and she has come so far. When we started we couldn’t get Addison to sit still through a meal or even begin to get out on the soccer field. Now she will sit through a complete church service and be quiet, participates in soccer games and her social skills are great. She has learned how to take turns, patience, fine and gross motor skills such as writing and jumping higher. Frank sets goals and doesn’t move on until she masters them. We highly recommend this practice!"
"My youngest 2 children were having speech issues, to the point where it was very hard to understand them, and they were becoming increasingly frustrated as we could not understand what they wanted. The amazing staff at VPTS has done wonders for them! My children just adore Ms. Kaysie & Mrs. Brittany! I thank these amazing people for everything and would most definitely recommend them!"
"Our family has been working with Mr. Frank and Valdosta Pediatric Therapy for over 10 years. When our twin boys were diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum many years ago, we had more questions than answers. Mr. Frank was able to help us understand the importance and benefits of Occupational Therapy, especially as it related to the boys' diagnoses. The boys have made tremendous progress achieving desired goals and outcomes and Mr. Frank has been an invaluable resource for information, training and support. We are very grateful to have him and the entire staff at VPTS as part of our team!"
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If you believe that your child might benefit from speech or occupational therapy please consult your physician. If your physician agrees, he/she may fax the prescription to our office at (229) 253-8522 or you must obtain a prescription from your physician for the specific area or areas needed. You may bring the prescription into our clinic as well, and we will make an appointment to meet and evaluate your child. We will be happy to assist you and your family in any way we can. We also will be happy to meet with you and your child to screen for potential therapy needs or developmental status. If necessary, we can then guide you in the proper steps to fully benefit your child's and your family's needs. We pride ourselves in being South Georgia's resource on serving children's needs and will be happy to answer any questions by phone or by consultation.