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Meet the Rehab Team

Services and treatments

Adaptive Equipment
Balance Training
Biofeedback
Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)
Children's Services
Communication Therapy
Cognitive Assessment
Concussion Testing
Craniosacral Therapy
Daily Living Skills
Driving Evaluation and Safety
Ergonomic Training & Consultation
Falls Prevention Clinic
Fluidotherapy
Hand Therapy
Headaches and TMJ
Home Safety
Industrial Rehab
Interactive Metronome Program
Job Placement Assessment
Low Vision Therapy
Lymphedema Therapy
Myofascial Release
Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Neck and Low Back Pain
Parkinson's Clinic
Pediatric Speech Therapy
Pool Therapy
Positional Release
Pressure Mapping
Sensory Integration Therapy
Soft Tissue Technique
Splinting
Strain Counter Strain
Strategic Orthopedics
Swallowing Therapy
Therapeutic Listening Program
Total Joint Rehab Class
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Ultrasound Therapy
Urinary Incontinence Therapy
Vestibular Rehab & Balance
Video Fluoroscopy
Wheelchair Evaluation
Work Conditioning
Work Site Analysis
Wound Therapy

Children's Services

Rice Rehabilitation Center offers occupational, physical, and speech therapy services. The therapists at Rice Rehabilitation specialize in helping children achieve goals in order to gain independence.

Occupational Therapy Improves:

  • Fine motor skills
  • Cognition
  • Visual perceptual skills
  • Self-care independence
  • Social skills

Does your child?

  • Struggle to hold a pencil, crayons, or scissors
  • Reverse letters, skip letters, or have difficult copying
  • Need help with zippers, buttons, snaps or tying shoes
  • Struggle to pay attention at home or school

Physical Therapy Improves

  • Gross motor skills such as crawling, walking, jumping and running
  • Balance skills
  • Coordination
  • Ball skills
  • Muscle strength and flexibility

Does your child?

  • Struggle to turn his or her head to one side
  • Trip and fall more than peers
  • Struggle to catch and throw a ball like peers
  • Choose to participate in mostly sedentary activities

Speech Therapy Improves:

  • Speech sounds
  • Language delays
  • Fluent speech
  • Hoarseness or loss of voice
  • Eating or swallowing difficulties

Does your child?

  • Seem more difficult to understand than peers
  • Have difficulty telling you want they want or need
  • Experience choking or coughing frequently at meals

I have concerns, now what???

If you have one or more of these concerns about your child, do something NOW. The most progress is seen with early intervention. Together, WE can help!

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For more information about children's services at Rice, please contact:

Rice Rehabilitation Center
311 SW 3rd St.
Willmar, MN 56201

Lynn Stier, Director
320.231.4175
lsti@rice.willmar.mn.us

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