Love and Respect, from our family to yours

Pediaplex has been an amazing experience for our family!  When we walked in the door, my child was nonverbal, severely dyspraxic and anxious.  Today he is a thriving little boy, now able to speak, write and demonstrate skills previous therapists never thought possible.  Sonia and the Pediaplex team are kind, loving and they “get” what it means to have a child that needs extra support.  Every child that walks through the door is treated with the love and respect he or she deserves.  We call Pediaplex home and will continue to do so for years to come!!!

Heather Harrison

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