Our constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) program, called Function Can Be Fun, provides evaluation and direct skilled intervention for children who suffer with asymmetrical hand usage from various diagnoses such as cerebral palsy, neurological impairments, traumatic brain injury, strokes and brachial plexus palsy injuries.

Children are evaluated by therapists to determine the function of the shoulder, arm and hand. They are provided therapeutic interventions such as splinting, hydrotherapy and individual and group therapies.