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What We Offer

Nursing Care & Therapies

Education

Development Programs

Children’s Rehab Network is a PPEC — prescribed pediatric extended care program.

Since 1991, Children’s Rehab Network has been caring for children ages newborn to 21 whose conditions require continuous nursing, education, and therapeutic care. We work to help stabilize and improve a medically fragile child’s condition and to assist the family as much as possible. Parents get help so they can return to work, go back to school, or care for their other children.

Our nurses, therapists, and teachers provide a wide variety of services in a cheerful and inviting atmosphere. Children learn in a stimulating environment. Many go on to regular daycare, public or private schools, as their medical conditions improve.

Children’s Rehab Network has a depth of experience coupled with the required degrees, training, and certifications necessary to provide your child with the utmost care. Our staff includes people of many cultures, backgrounds, and experiences. We understand the devastating effect that a disability or catastrophic injury can have on the lives of individuals and their families.

SE HABLA ESPAÑOL

25 años de experiencia ofreciendo a niños especiales cuidado diurno de enfermeria, educacion, terapias, actividades y entretenimiento.
Tenemos dos localizaciones , South Miami y Miami Gardens.
Proveemos transporte.
Llamenos para mas informacion 305-972-6370

We Offer

  • Nursing Care
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech/language therapy
  • Respiratory therapy
  • Education
  • Medical transportation — emergency medical technicians in every van
  • We focus on the child’s psychological, developmental, educational, physical, nutritional, and social needs

Children's Rehab Network
“As a single mother with two totally dependent children in need of so much care, I don't know what I would do without CRN. When I send my babies off every day I have peace of mind because I know they are in great hands.”