Pediatric Therapies

Autism, Occupational, Feeding, Music and Speech Therapy

If your child is affected by a developmental delay or disability, St. David's Center can help.

Our experienced pediatric therapists will partner with you to help your child gain new skills and overcome obstacles. If your child requires more than one type of therapy, our therapists will work together to provide an integrated treatment plan.

We offer the following Pediatric Therapies:

  • Autism Day Treatment
    Multi-disciplinary program for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Autism Support Services
    Case management program for families with children on the autism spectrum that are insured through Medica
  • Feeding Therapy
    Treatment for children with feeding disturbances
  • Music Therapy
    Therapeutic music environment that helps children achieve developmental milestones
  • Occupational Therapy
    Treatment focused on the whole child to improve function in daily activities
  • Speech-Language Therapy
    Treatment focused on the development of speech, language and communication skills

St. David's Center serves children ranging from infants through adolescents. We are participating providers with most major insurance plans.

For more information on any of our Pediatric Therapies, please contact our Central Office of Resources and Enrollment (CORE) at 952.548.8700 or

To refer a client, please download and complete our Referral for Services Form. Upon completion, please fax  to 952.548.8685 Attn: CORE.

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St. David’s Center does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, gender or sexual orientation in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs and activities. For further information about this policy, contact our Managing Director of Program Operations at 952.548.8624, TDD 1.800.627.3529.

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