Kids Spot
Kids Spot

Kids SPOT now has new locations in Miami and West Palm Beach. Please check out our locations page to find a clinic near you.

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Welcome to Kids SPOT

We understand the emotional and intellectual efforts it takes to find your child the help and therapy they deserve. For this reason, we created Kids SPOT to be a comprehensive pediatric therapy organization for the sole purpose of bringing positive, lasting, life changing impacts for not only the child we serve but also for the entire family. By adopting a unique comprehensive therapy model, we are able to deliver better clinical outcomes by having seamless communication between all your child’s therapy providers across various disciplines.

We focus on providing outpatient comprehensive pediatric therapies to children affected by a wide range of developmental disabilities including Autism, intellectual disabilities, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy and many more! We live by our commitment and goal to help your precious little ones reach their full developmental potential by improving their health, body function, problem behavior and thus, giving them a higher level of independence and quality of life.

As such, we make sure that you take part in your child’s development for a better patient outcome by becoming your partner throughout this entire journey.

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How to Get Started

1. Connect With Us

Connect With Us

Please reach out via phone, email, or fill out our contact form so that we can assist you with what is needed to get started. We will verify insurance, assist with the work and referrals, and obtain any authorizations needed. Our team of experienced pediatric specialists at Kids SPOT are always adding new locations to serve you better. We will develop a personalized treatment plan for your child during the course of care to encourage a greater quality of life.

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2. Collaboration with families

Collaboration with families

During the evaluation, you can expect our team of professionals to gather information about your child. The evaluation will be conducted either in home, in clinic or in school through play and using other therapy methods. Your therapist will discuss what your child’s treatment plan may look like and walk you through the recommendations.

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3. Start of Care

Start of Care

On your child’s first day you will meet your team of dedicated professionals that will be working one-on-one with your child. Our team continually records data and milestones met throughout the therapy sessions to show progress or to make adjustments to your child’s individualized treatment plan. Throughout the course of treatment, goals will be updated to meet your child's needs. Collaborating with your dedicated professional is key to treatment success.

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What Makes Kids SPOT Unique?

Kids SPOT is one of the few pediatric therapy clinics in the U.S. offering four therapies — and we're expanding to include more! We also provide in-house and in-community options for children from birth to 21 years old with learning challenges or delays.

How We Offer Services

 in-person
clinics
 telehealth
services
 in-home
services
 school
services
 community
services

Hear from Kids SPOT Families

At Kids SPOT you’ll find a kind and caring staff. Everyone present goes the extra mile to meet and accommodate a family’s needs. Previous comments related to “the wait” and “scheduling” should be taken lightly. [read more]

- Vanessa

My son has been coming to this facility for 5 years now and I’ve seen so much progression that it amazes me every time he comes out of his therapy sessions how much he learns and adapts to what his therapist has just taught him.  The staff [read more]

- Davidson P.

My daughter was about five months old when I realized she may have a minor case of Torticollis. Kids spot was recommended to me thru a really good friend of mine. Being a mother you never want anything to be wrong with your child so I was nervous, [read more]

- Danielle M.

My daughter started at Kids Spot in 2018. She was diagnosed with Autism, nonverbal, and had a global development delay. She was 2 years old at the time. Since then, 3 years later, Asiah is now minimally verbal, knows some sign language, and uses a [read more]

- Anonymous
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