CSU, Center for Community Partnerships
Center for Community Partnerships (CCP) is the service outreach branch of the Occupational Therapy Department of Colorado State University. Our staff supports both CSU students as well as individuals throughout Northern Colorado. We offer a variety of programs and support services including:
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201 Alder Hall
850 S. Mason St.
1573 Campus Delivery
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado 80523-1573
We care for children from birth through the teens. We address many conditions including attention-deficit disorders, autism, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, genetic syndromes (Down’s, etc.), neurological injuries (head or spinal cord), sensory integration disorders and other conditions that affect their development.
Our program includes assistance for children, parents, and teachers with a goal to maximize learning for children with sensory integration dysfunction.
Our facility includes two large gyms, a climbing wall, a ball-bath play area, kitchen, and several private treatment rooms.
Your child is always seen individually by a credentialed therapist with a master’s degree or higher level of education.
We offer a family-centered children’s therapy program. We believe in the abilities of all children and will work with you to develop a comprehensive therapy program that will help your child develop the skills they need to participate in life. We create fun, effective therapy programs based on the interests and needs of your child and family.
Welcome to Colorado In Motion Kids! The pediatric physical therapists at Colorado In Motion are dedicated to improving the quality of life for both our patients and their families. Our therapists focus on providing one-on-one, individualized care to maximize patient development and function – and we make sure your child is having fun along the way, too!
We treat children with a variety of impairments, including developmental delays, sports injuries, neurological disorders, musculoskeletal impairments, and genetic defects. Pediatric patients benefit from one-on-one, individualized care that’s designed to maximize your child’s function, participation, and development, whether at school, at home, on the playground.
Our team uses a play-based approach to ensure that your child achieves age-appropriate and condition-based goals.