ABC Pediatric Therapy/ Ivy Rehab for Kids

Autism Developmental Services

ABC Pediatric Therapy part of the Ivy Rehab for Kids Network

UPDATED: November 22, 2022

We employ experienced and capable ABA, occupational, physical, and speech therapists who use a number of methods to help children reach developmental milestones. We know that every child has different needs and different strengths, which is why we take a creative and unique approach to helping each child.

Whether your child is behind on developmental milestones with mobility or speech or if they have Down Syndrome or autism, we can help. We also offer children's therapy for kids who have difficulty with sensory processing and those with ADHD. Our goal is to help your child succeed, and with our help, you can expect amazing results.

We have 5 convenient locations across southwest Ohio. Western Hills, Red Bank, West Chester, Miamisburg, and Beavercreek. All locations include Speech, Physical, and Occupational therapy. Our Miamisburg and West Chester locations are now offering ABA.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


ABC Pediatric Therapy part of the Ivy Rehab for Kids Network
7591 Tylers Place Blvd
West Chester , OH 45069
United States


ABC Pediatric Therapy


(937) 931-1573



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