Capernaum Pediatric Therapy provides pediatric physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy services in the Twin Cities in Minnesota. Service settings include homes in the 7-county metro area, pools, child development centers, public and charter schools, and clinics within private schools. Capernaum also offers specialized programs, training, professional seminars, and resources for parents, teachers, and the community.
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Provide with integrity, professional, caring, and cost-effective pediatric services so as to help the child reach his/her full potential. Capernaum seeks to provide for its staff a work environment where professional expertise and growth are nurtured, where integrity and family are valued, and where all staff and clients are treated with respect.
All life has value and is worthy of respect. We believe that the welfare of the child and his or her family should be the most important criteria by which any decision is made. Because of today’s limited health care resources, we also feel it is necessary to be good stewards of time, finance, and services.
"Helping families find joy in their journey by serving children where they live, learn, and play!"
We provide comprehensive pediatric physical, occupational and speech therapy services. Our clients are generally between the ages of birth and 21.
We have a wide variety of referral sources including parents and families, physicians, social workers, allied health professionals, insurance companies, internet, and others, such as participants in classes we have taught, or conferences we have sponsored.