Our inpatient pediatric rehabilitation unit within the Division of Rehabilitation Medicine is accredited by the Joint Commission. Since 1997 we have been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for our comprehensive integrated inpatient rehabilitation and pediatric specialty care program. In October of 2018, we received additional accreditation for our cancer and pain specialty programs. We are the first in the world to receive a CARF accreditation for pediatric cancer rehabilitation, and only the second in the world to receive a CARF accreditation for pediatric interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation.
Our program is one of only three accredited pediatric rehabilitation programs in Ohio and one of only four accredited programs in the Tristate area. This achievement reflects our dedication and commitment to meeting national rehabilitation standards. Our goal is to provide the highest quality care for your child.
Who We Are
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The Inpatient Pediatric Rehabilitation Programs at Cincinnati Children’s will be the leader in improving child and family health and functional recovery.
The Inpatient Pediatric Rehabilitation Program at Cincinnati Children’s improves functional independence and participation and transforms delivery of care through fully integrated, globally recognized research, education and innovation.
For patients from our community, the nation and the world, the rehabilitation care that we provide today and in the future will achieve the best functional and quality-of-life outcomes, experience and value.
Quality Patient Care
Our team of experts customizes treatment plans based on your child’s ongoing assessments, predicted outcomes and medical and rehabilitation goals. Working together, our goal is to minimize the impact of your child’s disability and maximize participation in daily activities. As we work with your family, we will develop a plan of care that fits your child’s age, medical status, psychological capabilities and cultural needs.