Our inpatient pediatric rehabilitation team aims to help children and teens regain function and independence after a debilitating injury or illness.
What makes rehabilitation beneficial?
Marshfield Children's Hospital pediatric unit and therapy spaces are environments designed to support your child's optimum function.
A community-designed environment where your child can practice what they've learned in therapy and apply it in a community setting.
A safe environment where your child enjoys subtle stimulation of primary senses. Snoezelen Room features:
- Banana swing
- Bubble tube
- Changing LED lights
- Fiber optic lights
- Relaxation music
Physical and occupational therapy gyms
A comprehensive treatment and technology space for your child's rehabilitation.
Schooling and tutoring needs
A tutor through the Marshfield School District who coordinates lessons with your local school and current medical abilities.
Who cares for my child in rehabilitation?
An extensive care team is there for you and your child during all phases of your journey from injury through discharge. Your child's care team may include:
- Case manager
- Child Life specialist
- Music therapist
- Occupational and physical therapist
- Pediatric physiatrist
- Recreational therapist
- Social worker
- Speech and language pathologist
Marshfield Children’s Hospital pediatric inpatient rehabilitation program is a Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, or CARF, accredited program serving children and teens ages two through 18 in north central Wisconsin.