St. Luke's North offers a variety of Pediatric therapy and evaluation services. Children was a variety of disorders, delays and diagnoses may benefit from St. Luke's list of programs. Their office is right off of Route 512 in Bethlehem, just north of the intersection of Routes 22 and 512.
The Child Development Research Group at Lehigh University studies the amazing process of child development! Specifically, we are interested in how babies and children think and learn about the world around them. We are looking for parents and their children of all ages to participate in a studies that are both fun and engaging for kids!
Studies involve activities, such as playing games, watching short videos, listening to stories, o...
KidsPeace provides a complete network of support services, evaluations, mental health services both in community and clinical settings. Services are available to Lehigh Valley area families. Provider 50 behavioral support are available through the agency to children with special needs and developmental delay that are experiencing difficulty in home and school settings. more»
The Lafayette Kids Lab, part of the Psychology Department at Lafayette Collegeconducts top-quality scientific research on how and why people of all ages think, remember, and feel. Our fun games and activities for children are scientifically designed so that we can find out how they understand the world differently than adults.
Pathwways for Change offers Pediatric and family couseling in the Lehigh Valley. Their office is located in Emmaus, PA. Play therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy are offered by their staff of trained counselers and social workers. Therapy is available for young children and teens and is often utilized for children with ADHD, autism, social challenges. more»
The Pennsylvania Austim Action Center is a private provider offering various therapies, training, groups, and materials for Children on the Spectrum. The center aims to provide support to children and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Children will receive direct instruction of skills that build flexibility, self-regulation, and perspective taking. They will be taught to take notice of the thoughts and feelings of others and will gain tools and strategies to maintain healthy relationships with peers and adults. This program is a language-based, cognitive approach that is logical and sequential. Please visit our website for more information. more»