Miracle Kids Success Academy is a day treatment clinic for children with special needs. Once children are referred to MKSA by their primary care physicians, they may be scheduled for therapy evaluations at MKSA or they may bring therapy evaluation reports from recent evaluations performed elsewhere. Children must have two areas of need to qualify for day treatment services at MKSA. Those areas of need include (but are not limited to) fine motor delays, sensory disorders, gross motor delays, speech-language delays, hearing disorders, feeding disorders, developmental delays, cognitive delays and medical needs.
Children are placed in treatment rooms based on their developmental needs and ages. Our treatment rooms are adequately staffed with teachers and teachers’ assistants and are designed to celebrate the cultural differences of the children and families we serve. The Adventures for Toddlers curriculum is used for toddlers and the Adventures in Learning curriculum is used for the pre-school children. MKSA has many licensed occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists on staff to provide needed care to the children who qualify for therapy services. And, MKSA has nurses on staff to serve children with medical needs.
MKSA’s services also include developmental/psychological testing by a licensed psychologist, nutritional evaluations and consultations, and audiological evaluations. Our whole treatment team works together and with our patients’ families to make sure each child’s needs are met.
MKSA typically treats children from birth to Kindergarten. However, we try to expand our services during the summer months to include elementary school-aged children with special needs. If you have a child who may benefit from our services, we would love to hear from you.
In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, MKSA is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.
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