Having a child transition to Pediatric Specialty Care can often times be stressful and overwhelming for a family.
We recognize and appreciate that each child and family is unique and their circumstances for needing our services are varied.
Whether transitioning your newborn from the NICU, your teenager from the PICU or acute rehabilitation after a devastating accident or having your child admitted from home when there has been a decrease in services, Pediatric Specialty Care is here to support and guide you through the process.
Social workers are available at each location to support you during this transitional period or coordinate community resources for a discharge home. Comfort is found in knowing that our highly skilled and compassionate staff is available not only to the child, but also to the FAMILY.
A “stepping stone” to home
Some families require additional time for training or may need home modifications in order to bring their child home. Pediatric Specialty Care is recognized as a “stepping stone” to home. Our goal at Pediatric Specialty Care is for home reunification and we strive to provide the most comprehensive training program, maintaining continuity of care with a child’s primary care physician and specialists. Wherever you are in the process of caring for your medically fragile child, Pediatric Specialty Care offers a diverse program: short-term, transitional or long-term care.
For more information please complete information on our Contact Us page or call our information line at 877-291-6535.