Welcome to All Aboard Therapy of the Treasure Coast, an innovative multidisciplinary pediatric therapy practice dedicated to improving the well being of children throughout the Treasure Coast. Designed for children of all ages and abilities, we offer a multitude of services, including physical, occupational, speech therapies, and more, all at one convenient state-of-the-art location. We strive to provide the highest level of patient care to our children and their families. We value the continued education and research of our profession in order to provide the best care possible and believe that communication amongst those involved in the child's everyday life is critical to achieving success.

Our staff of highly-qualified and certified pediatric therapists embrace that each child is unique and tailor each evaluation and treatment accordingly. We believe that the most effective approach for success is one that stresses early intervention, open communication, family involvement, and a fun, safe environment where children are relaxed and can achieve success. Simply put, we “Get Kids on Track”.

Physical

We strive to help children develop the independence and safety necessary to successfully participate in their environments.

Occupational

Our therapists are here to improve fine motor skills and sensory development like helping your child with dressing, eating, writing, and understanding the input from the world around.

Speech

Learn how we can help with a variety of communication and feeding issues. Have a picky eater? No problem, we can help!

Contact Us

If you have any questions about our services, please email us or call (772) 567-0061.

My daughter Rylee started seeing the wonderful therapists at All Aboard Therapy in 2010. At that time, the school told us that she was going to fail kindergarten because she was having difficulty paying attention in class. Rylee is now in the third grade and is doing very well! Thank you so much for working with our daughter! - Cari Seelbach

Hope Hoffman ~ "Everyday Hero” of the Month – Nov/Dec Issue 2010 ~ ParentingSpecialNeeds.org