A Non-Profit Community

Through family centered care, provide Vermont children of all ages medically necessary occupational and physical therapy to support and facilitate individualized growth, development, and accessibility within their home and community.

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We offer a community environment with a large open gym space as well as individual treatment rooms and two multi-level pools. Our gym includes multiple pieces of equipment specialized to fit children, a climbing wall, swings and room to explore.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Our pediatric physical therapists educate families in the importance of motor development and how to achieve developmental milestones and to assist children in gaining their highest level of independence.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is skilled intervention that helps individuals achieve greater success and independence in all aspects of their daily lives. For children this means developing underlying sensory and motor skills that impact a child’s ability to engage in play, interact with peers, and participate in self-care activities.

Growth Through Play

We are passionate about supporting children with special needs and their families. Our highly skilled pediatric therapists provide services for children with a congenital , developmental, or neurological disorders such as Cerebral Palsy and children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Our team also provides orthopedic intervention such as upper and lower extremity tendinitis, sprains/strains, postural asymmetry, toe walking, pes planus, joint pain or abnormalities, torticollis, and fractures.

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What's New at KIDS' RehabGYM?

Our goal is to keep you informed up upcoming events, community resources and the latest in pediatric research.


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  • American Physical Therapy Association
  • American Occupational Therapy Association
  • Kismet Place


Call (802) 662-4672 or email us to schedule your child's first physical or occupational therapy appointment.

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