Since 1954, the Washington Elks Therapy Program for Children has provided home-based occupational or physical therapy to children with developmental delays or physical disabilities. Services are provided at no cost to the family served.
8 a.m.–4 p.m. PST
Ashlynne is a little girl with a genetic syndrome called “Mosaic Chromosome 14”. She spent her first month of life at Seattle Childrens Hospital, and has problems in the cardiac, orthopedic, craniofacial, and developmental areas. The local developmental center was not able to immediately provide the in-home occupational therapy visits she needed, so her Public... Read more
In June, 2013 while being a curious child, Sam fell from his bedroom window. He accidently put his body against the screen, it gave way and down he fell to the concrete driveway, 12 feet below. He was taken to the regional trauma center. Sam had experienced a skull fracture and intracranial bleed. This bleed... Read more
Fifteen-month-old Pedro had a very rough start in life. His mother’s diabetes was difficult to control and he was born by emergency c-section with problems ranging from kidney and heart failure to seizures. As these were treated and controlled over his early months, it was determined that Pedro had severe hearing loss and was slow... Read more