Family Hope Foundation
Therapy Provider Partners
The following is a list of West Michigan therapy providers who are collaborating with Family Hope Foundation to provide therapy to our scholarship recipients. Each provider meets our Provider Guidelines and signs a Community Partnership Agreement with Family Hope Foundation for delivery of service to our families.
1 Plus 1 Therapy LLCType of Therapy(ies) Provided: 1 Plus 1 is focused on the philosophy of intensive physical therapy vs. traditional PT methods. Our intensive treatment plans are centered around 1-3 hours of PT for 3-4 weeks and achieving specific short term goals in order to reach the long term goals. The "spider cage" and therasuit are innovative therapy tools offered at 1 Plus 1, which have showed tremendous success in treating CP, spina-bifida and many other diagnosis.
26N. State St.
Zeeland, MI 49464
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Adelia Van Meter, M.S., CCC-SLPType of Therapy Provided: Assessment and intervention for children with speech production, language, literacy and social communication disorders. Ms. Van Meter has vast clinical and research experience in the areas of language development, dyslexia, dysgraphia and autism, as well as advanced training in the DIR Floortime Approach.
1611 W. Centre, Ste. 103
Portage, MI 49024
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Cheff Therapeutic Riding CenterType of Therapy Provided: Our mission is to improve the emotional and physical well-being of special needs individuals through the therapeutic use of horses, and to serve as an international training and education center for therapeutic riding programs.
8450 N. 43rd Street
Augusta, MI 49012
Comprehensive Therapy CenterType of Therapy Provided: A summer outreach program, Therapy and Fun, and school-based special education services help more than 300 children with special needs each year, through speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, sensory integration and motor therapies.
2505 Ardmore, SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Conductive Learning CenterType of Therapy(ies) Provided: Conductive Education
Brief descriptor/important information: A dynamic learning system that maximizes the independence and mobility of children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and other neuro-motor disorders. Applications for new and returning students are on the website. Once the application is reviewed you will be asked to bring your child for a personal assessments or send a video of your child if you are out of the area.
2428 Burton SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Easter Seals - West Michigan Therapy CenterType of Therapy(ies) Provided: Easter Seals provides a variety of early intervention therapeutic services for children with autism, speech and language delays, emotional, motor and social skill issues as well as sensory integration therapies. We also offer a feeding clinic and therapeutic riding as well as summer camps and Super Saturday respite.
4065 Saladin Drive, SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Family Tree TherapiesType of Therapy(ies) Provided: Developmental therapies that support the whole child and their family, including speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, parent coaching, naturopathic care and psychology support services.
Brief Description/Important Information: All therapists are highly trained in a range of innovative, research-based treatments including: Floortime (R) DIR method, PROMPT, Lindamood Bell learning therapies for academic support, Masgutova method for reflex integration, Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol, Talk Tools and Facilitated Communication. We support children from birth to 18 and address diagnoses such as: ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dysphagia (feeding issues), Expressive and Receptive Language disorders, Apraxia/Dyspraxia, and Down Syndrome. We are highly trained in the use of Alternative/Augmentative Communication devices and technology. Please see our website for free workshops, up to date blogs, parent support seminars and sibling groups!
Address: 1331 Lake Drive
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Franciscan Life Process CenterType of Therapy(ies) Provided: Music Therapy and Counseling Music Therapy - the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program. It is an effective and valid treatment for persons who have psychosocial, affective, cognitive and communicative needs. Music therapy sessions include the use of active music making, music listening, and discussion. Counseling: Therapeutic verbal counseling for persons of all ages, crisis intervention and consultation.
11650 Downes Street,
Lowell, MI 49331-9489
1200 Dayton Street SW,
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Generation CareType of Therapy(ies) Provided: Generation Care offers intensive but fun, family/ child centered, evidenced –based physical, occupational, and speech-language pathology services for a wide spectrum of genetic, acquired, and development diagnosis. Our OTR is certified in Therapeutic Listening and is highly skilled in sensory processing and integration strategies as well as fine motor skills such as handwriting. Our SLP has specialized training in stuttering as well as feeding disorders. The PT team focuses on core strength, gait, balance, posture, and mobility strategies. TheraPlay groups are also available for discounted, small group sessions, as well as summer programs, yoga, and aquatic therapy. Visit the website or call for a free screen.
16760 Lincoln St.
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Hope Network - The Center for AutismType of Therapy(ies) Provided: The Center for Autism is a multi-disciplinary outpatient treatment program serving children and adults with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and other learning disabilities. We provide early intervention and treatment, education and support for families of those affected by these conditions. Our services include the following: Applied Behavior Analysis(ABA), neuropsychology, psychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and psychiatry. We also offer social skills groups for adolescents through young adult age to help them become more confident and proficient in their interactions with the world around them. These groups offer participants the opportunity to make new friends and experience activities that they might not have done before, in a welcoming, supportive setting.
3361 36th St., SE
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49512
Horizons Developmental Resource CenterType of Therapy(ies) Provided: Family-Focused Developmental Treatment for Communication, Social, Learning, and Behavioral Challenges
Brief Description/Important Information: Our multidisciplinary team of psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, family consultants, and educators specializes in diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of neurodevelopmental disorders, including autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, and many more. We utilize innovative research-based approaches to support the development of individuals from infancy through young adulthood.
3120 68th Street SE
Caledonia, MI 49316
Phone Number: (616) 698-0306
Kid At Heart TherapyType of Therapy(ies)Provided: pediatric physical, occupational, speech-language, and feeding therapy.
We are a locally owned pediatric therapy provider in West Michigan. All therapy services are provided in the patient's home, by a qualified pediatric therapist. We participate with several major insurance companies. A doctor's script is required for all services.
520 Butternut Dr.
Suite 8, PMB #224
Holland, MI 49424
Kristen Kimm, LMSW, RPTS, of FACTRType of Therapy Provided: Kristen Kimm provides outpatient mental health counseling for adoptive families who are experiencing difficulties with Reactive Attachment Disorder. Attachment based therapies focus on repairing and strengthening the parent/child bond so that any underlying trauma can be resolved and healthier relationships can be formed.
605 Howard Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Ruth Kohley, LMSW, ACSWType of Therapy Provided: Outpatient mental health counseling specializing in attachment therapy, and trained in the use of EMDR and neurofeedback. 2976 Ivanrest Ave, SW, Ste 205
Grandville, MI 49418
Psycholinguistic Services, Marge Penning, Ph.D. CCC-SLPType of Therapy(ies) Provided: speech, language and learning problems, reading decoding and comprehension, language and communication problems with persons with autism spectrum disorders, in both children and adults.
833 Kenmoor S.E.,
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
South Shore Speech, LLCType of Therapy(ies) Provided: South Shore Speech, LLC provides your child with a unique, experience based, individualized speech and language treatment program designed to improve your child’s communication skills in your family, at school and in outside activities. We seek to help children talk, speak clearly, listen, understand and remember. Kathy Toth, owner of South Shore Speech, LLC, has over 25 years experience evaluating and treating communication disorders including: Speech and Language delays; Verbal Apraxia and Motor Speech Disorders; Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD); Attention Deficit Disorders; Learning Disabilities; Central Auditory Processing Disorders (CAPD); Stuttering and Fluency Disorders; and Myofunctional Disorders (Tongue Thrust).
395 South Shore Drive
Battle Creek, MI 49014
The Center for Childhood DevelopmentType of Therapy(ies) Provided: Occupational therapy, speech therapy (and psychology through Developmental Enhancement)
Brief descriptor/important information: The Center for Childhood Development specializes in clinical services to children with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families. We provide multidisciplinary assessments, intervention, and consultation in the areas of occupational and speech therapy and psychology. Our staff have extensive experience in working with children and adolescents.
7086 8th Ave.
Jenison, MI 49428