GROSSE POINTE — Beaumont Health System now provides close-to-home, convenient services for diagnosing and treating childhood learning concerns; pediatric physical, occupational and speech therapy; and adult physical therapy at the new Neighborhood Club Recreation and Wellness Center.
Beaumont services at the Neighborhood Club opened Jan. 14.
The John A. and Marlene L. Boll Center for Human Development, part of Beaumont Children’s Hospital, located at the Neighborhood Club, offers diagnostic and therapeutic services for a wide range of learning or developmental concerns; toileting or feeding issues; social skills training; and general behavior management. Individual and group treatments, recommendations for home programs and family education are also available.
The Boll Center for Human Development provides access to other pediatric specialists such as speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists. A physician’s order is required for therapists to perform comprehensive evaluations to establish individualized treatment plans.
“This is a wonderful resource for families in Grosse Pointe, whose children require pediatric specialists, to help ensure their children are healthy,” said Donna Hoban, M.D., physician-in-chief, Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe. “Rather than having to travel across town, these services will be right around the corner.”
Beaumont services at the Neighborhood Club also include adult physical therapy for orthopedic conditions and sports injuries. Adult physical therapy is offered Monday through Friday in private evaluation rooms with state-of-the-art equipment.
Free surface parking is available for Beaumont patients with access from St. Clair Street, between Kercheval and Waterloo.
For more information or to make an appointment for pediatric services, call (313) 473-4730. For adult physical therapy appointments, call (313) 473-4700. For more information on the Center for Human Development, visit www.beaumontchildrenshospital.com.
Beaumont continues to offer orthopedic and sports physical therapy; and occupational and speech therapy at its St. Clair Shores site on Little Mack.