The Euro-Peds Foundation has raised funds to help more kids receive intensive physical therapy at the Euro-Peds Pontiac National Center for Intensive Pediatric Physical Therapy. The Euro-Peds Foundation will award $40,000 in grants during 2016 to help Metro Detroit MI families pay for treatment and travel at the nation’s first intensive physical therapy treatment center of its kind.
Euro-Peds National Center Pontiac MI is a state of the art facility designed to increase mobility and improve upon gross motor skills. The Euro-Peds Pontiac facility has large, private therapy suites for the entire family and features close, front entrance parking and extra-wide hallways for mobility equipment, biking, bowling and other fun therapy games at the one-level, 8,400 sq. ft. building.
Euro-Peds Foundation will use the money to help children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, traumatic brain injury and other gross motor challenges. While Euro-Pēds National Center accepts insurance, often large deductibles and travel costs prevent families from seeking treatment. In 2015, Euro-Pēds Foundation assisted 14 children with treatment and/or travel grants that totaled $26,100. The Euro-Peds Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
Applications can be accepted for those seeking assistance on the Euro-Peds Foundation website
Euro-Peds National Center for Intensive Pediatric Physical Therapy and Euro-Peds Foundation
Address – 3000 Centerpoint Parkway, Pontiac, MI 48341
Phone – 248-857-6776
Website – europeds.org and europedsfoundation.org
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