Family Therapy / Counseling
Behavior Therapy / Mental
Health and Wellness
Genetic Management Chronic
The Occupational Therapy team provides individualized evaluation for children and adults to maintain independence, participate in meaningful activities, helping to improve the physical and mental health of our patients. Increasing the quality and fulfilling life for our patients in their overall well-being.
Workers' Comp Rehab
The speech-Language Therapy team develops a customized treatment plan based on individual needs. The pathologist sets goals that may include mastering a spoken language or learning nonverbal communication skills such as signs or gestures.
The goal in each case is to help the individual communicate in more useful and functional ways.
Family Therapy provides families the opportunity to have healthy connections. There are many reason people seek out therapy You may be overwhelmed by stress, experiencing problems with family, friends, or at work, recent event or transition, such as losing your job, struggling with finances, lifestyle, grieving after the loss of a loved one.
Our therapist's customized counseling based on your need individual, a couple or work in collaboration with parents and their children to determine the needs, help focus on goals and outcomes of therapy.
Center for Health Services family therapy help with effective problem-solving skills, increase communication skills between members in a safe space. Improve work-life balance.
Evaluation is included with our family therapy and counseling.
Diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, lung disease, sickle cell trait, anemia, are examples of chronic health conditions that need to be managed with regular visits at the Center for Health Services. Regular health exams, screenings and tests help you, your doctor or nurse practitioner monitor how well the prescribed treatment is working for you and make adjustments when necessary.
You may need to take medication, follow a special diet, or monitor your physical activity as part of your treatment. The right combination of treatment can keep symptoms under control and help you with a healthy lifestyle, live a longer.
We Provide educational training and create awareness for expectant mothers and to parents who want to have more children in the future. This program provides advanced education on preventive resources against gestational diabetes, we provide resources and information on why pregnant women might have gestational diabetes and how to prevent it, especially during pregnancy. A study has shown that women who have gestational diabetes during pregnancy might have type 2 diabetes in the future. For more information, please contact us.
We offer educational meetings to help parents find resources. These programs also help parents better establish themselves as advocates for their children and to find a cure for Autism, Down syndrome, Sickle Cell Disease, and Diabetes. Meetings are facilitated by doctors, specialists, and other professionals in their respective fields. These meetings provide opportunities for the parents to educate themselves, get resources and answers to their questions. The meeting topics include Medical treatments, IEP / Educational rights of people with disabilities, Insurance educate parents about saving and investments for their children and estate planning. The meetings educate and promote healthy eating, healthy living, fitness, and physical activities, it educates the family about Hemoglobin disorders and deficiency, Sickle cells Disease, sickle cell trait, and Gestational diabetes awareness training. The meetings also provide an opportunity for parents to share success stories, support groups in each of our programs.
We customize our therapy to suit you
and your family's needs.
Children / Young Adults
Center for Health Services is committed to educating and encouraging children and adults to the importance of daily healthy eating, healthy living, fitness and physical activities by promoting weight management, obesity prevention, and hygiene. These programs provide awareness to children and adults with or without diabetes on the importance of healthy living and daily diabetes management in order to prevent and avoid extreme complications. The information provided to families from our awareness screening has helped them stay healthy.
Center for Health services funds advance medical research for all our programs; Autism, Down syndrome, Sickle cell Disease and Diabetes. We work with the National Institute of Health, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Research and Scripps Research Institute to improve health and prevention diseases, early detection, diagnosis and treatment that uses developing or innovative technologies and approaches. We support distinctive laboratory, clinical, behavioral and translational research that breaks new ground and defines scientific excellence.
The CHS Institute of Technology and Career Development Center is an educational and career opportunity for individuals impacted by Autism and other social and communication disorders. Our institute offers computer technology and career development learning as an innovative approach to a variety of desired skills. Instruction is highly individualized and focuses on the development of skills and adaptive strategies that will support an individual’s success in the workplace, community, and in life. The training curriculum prepares our students for employment and workplace readiness. The program provides motivation, conflict resolution, and keys to navigating the workplace.
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