Prescribing Therapy Services for Children with Motor Disabilities
Pediatricians often are called on to prescribe physical, occupational, and speech-language therapy services for children with motor disabilities. This report defines the context in which rehabilitation therapies should be prescribed, emphasizing the evaluation and enhancement of the child's function and abilities and participation in age-appropriate life roles. The report encourages pediatricians to work with teams including the parents, child, teachers, therapists, and other physicians to ensure that their patients receive appropriate therapy services.
Michaud, L. J.,
(2004). Prescribing Therapy Services for Children with Motor Disabilities. Pediatrics, 113 (6), 1836-1838.