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specialty healthcare.

Our team of experts helps identify and meet the unique needs of children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries and other special healthcare needs.

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Dr. Blankenship Joins ChildServe

Dr. Blankenship Joins ChildServe

After a national search, ChildServe is excited to announce the hiring of board-certified Pediatric Physiatrist Rachel Blankenship, D.O., MPH, who started her new role on July 1.

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Irlanda’s Story

When Irlanda was nine, an unexpected illness turned into a life-changing experience. With a long road to recovery in front of her, she arrived at ChildServe in Jojo’s Inpatient Pediatric Rehabilitation Unit where she found her home away from home for six weeks.

Bennett’s Story

For 9-year-old Bennett, developing a typical relationship with food has been a complicated journey. Since combining feeding therapy and mental health services at ChildServe, Bennett has gone from receiving most of his calories through supplementation to just 350 daily calories away from weaning off entirely!

Zena’s Story

Though Zena’s “one-of-a-kind” diagnosis came with uncertainty, her unique, fighting spirit continues to drive her forward to a new kind of uncertainty- one without limits. With lots of hard work in speech, occupational and physical therapy, Zena is building the life of her dreams with help from her ChildServe team.

Shane’s Story

When 18-year-old Shane was in a motorcycle accident, he experienced severe injuries to his brain and spinal cord. With support from his ChildServe team, and a variety of specialty equipment and technology, he fought hard to regain the strength to walk and talk.

Harper’s Story

ChildServe’s speech and hippotherapy programs help 5-year-old Harper, who has autism, connect to his world.

Shae’s Story

From busy nights cheering on her team to scoring the winning goal on the soccer field, Shae is used to going full speed in pursuit of her passions. However, approaching her senior year, Shae was stopped in her tracks after experiencing a serious concussion. Shae began therapy in ChildServe’s Concussion Clinic to help her recover.

Helping Emery Blossom

To help Emery connect with the world around her and build skills to live a great life, her family enrolled her in ChildServe’s Autism Day Program. After just six months, Emery’s communication began to blossom.

Hobie’s Story

Since beginning ChildServe’s Autism program, Hobie has made big strides in his communication skills, his ability to focus without frustration and his willingness to eat different foods – all areas that were major hurdles for him just a few years ago.

Brian’s Story

Not every nine-year-old will pick “steak dinner” as their special birthday meal, but anyone who’s met Brian knows to expect the unexpected from this bright, technology-loving boy. Brian, who has cerebral palsy, came to ChildServe’s pediatric rehabilitation unit after having a back surgery called SDR.

Ruby’s Story

Ruby was born early at 25 weeks, weighing just 1 pound, 6 ounces. Despite the health complications she experienced, Ruby quickly proved that though she is small, she is mighty.

From our Parents

“You all have given me the greatest thing any mother could ever ask for - a hug."

-Angie, Hunter’s Mom

“ChildServe gave Lucas his voice. Without ChildServe and the therapy he has received, he would not be talking. There are not enough words to express our gratitude.”

– Susan, Lucas’ Mom

"I feel so grateful for the relationships we built at ChildServe. They care for a child medically, but it's beyond that. The staff care for the child as a whole person and the whole family."

– Buffy, Hugh’s Mom

“I don’t ever know what to expect from Zena anymore. What I used to think was impossible has become our new normal. She is becoming more independent than I ever anticipated. ChildServe has given her a life that we only could have dreamed of years ago.”

– Kayla, Zena’s mom

“I can’t say enough positive things about ChildServe, and I don’t know what we would do without it. We’re so grateful to have a place we can take Emery and know that she’s happy, learning and being treated with respect.”

– Michelle, Emery’s mom

“Ruby’s time at ChildServe will help set her up for success, better than anywhere else, at this stage in her life.”

– Kim, Ruby’s mom

“Everything has changed since Tezirian started services at ChildServe. The hard work from Tezirian and his team at ChildServe has helped him to be mobile and have more freedom to just be a kid.”

– Tamara, Tezirian’s mom

“What ChildServe does for kids with so many varying abilities is truly amazing. ChildServe made it possible for our Oliver to have a voice and be a kid."

– Kelsey, Oliver’s mom

“Her needs changed over the years, but ChildServe was always able to meet her needs with their various services.”

– Roxanne, Rachel’s mom

“As parents in the NICU, it seems horrible in the moment but there is a team of experts that are there to help you. ChildServe gave us hope. Parents have to know that there is hope at the end of the tunnel.”

– Damien, Ellie and Beckham’s dad

“Having people around him that understand how to help him throughout every day has been one of the best things about ChildServe. The care at ChildServe is top-notch. We really love his therapists and staff; we are grateful to have them in our lives.”

– Brianna, Camden’s mom


ChildServe improves the health and well-being of nearly 5,800 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries, and other special healthcare needs.

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