Clarkston Therapy Clinic

Clarkston South Pediatric Therapy Clinic

Glenn Evans, Clinic Administrator

How do I get to the Clarkston location?

The Clarkston location is located on Dixie Highway, half a mile west of I-75 exit 93.

At the Clarkston location, we want your family to feel comfortable, confident, and part of the Clarkston MetroEHS family. We offer a wide variety of therapies that can be catered to what your child and family needs. We always give the highest level of therapy to your child every time you walk in our door.

I love working at the Clarkston location because we have a strong and passionate team that thrives every day to make our team stronger. Every member of our team takes pride in what they do for the families that come to our center.

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  • 7650 Dixie Hwy #140, Village of Clarkston, MI 48346
  • 313-278-4601
    • Monday 8AM–7:30PM
    • Tuesday 8AM–7:30PM
    • Wednesday 8AM–7:30PM
    • Thursday 8AM–7:30PM
    • Friday 8AM–7:30PM
    • Saturday Closed
    • Sunday Closed
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Clarkston ABA Therapy Clinic

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As a provider of Staffing and Pediatric Therapy in Metropolitan Detroit, our therapists, educational staff and administrative teams are all dedicated to the success of our valued clients.

ABA Therapy

ABA Therapy

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), is an evidence based treatment that focuses on improving socially significant behaviors, and has shown to be an effective treatment for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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Speech Therapy

Speech Language Pathologists carry experience providing services to our pediatric clients from the ages of birth through adolescence. They assess and treat children that may have difficulties in areas of communication, swallowing, speech or language.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists address sensory processing, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, cognition, social skills, strength, balance, coordination, activities of daily living, reflex integration, and feeding.

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Feeding Therapy

We are passionate about eating! We know that having a “picky eater” is hard for the whole family. Our goal for feeding therapy is safe, functional, and positive eating experiences to improve quality of life!

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pediatric physcial therapy

Physical Therapy

MetroEHS Pediatric Physical Therapy works with children of all ages and diagnoses, whether your child is behind on their milestones, has a neurological diagnosis, or suffered an injury during play.

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Teletherapy

Speech, Occupational and in some cases, ABA Therapy, is proudly provided to our clients from the comfort of their home via Teletherapy. Designed to meet individual needs when getting to in-person therapy isn’t an option.

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ABOUT

Clarkston

A Stunning Place to Live or Work

Nestled in Oakland County about 45 minutes north of Detroit is the small city of Clarkston. Although Clarkston is home to just over 1,000 people, this little area is known for its quaint feel, charming downtown, bountiful outdoor recreation opportunities, and strong sense of community. 

If you're bored in Clarkston, head downtown — there's a good chance something fun is going on. Downtown is the heart of the city, and it boasts a variety of small local businesses, including unique boutiques, antique stores, and restaurants.

Nature lovers adore Clarkston because it boasts many opportunities for outdoor recreation. Between Deer Lake, Depot Park, and Mill Pond, you can always find a spot to swim, kayak, fish, and play. And in the winter, Clarkston becomes a ski and snowboard paradise. 

Additionally, Clarkston is home to many festivals and events, including the Crafts and Ciders Festival, the Taste of Clarkston Festival, and musical concerts throughout the year. The Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI, has hosted some of the biggest celebrity names, including everyone from Eddie Money, Neil Diamond, and Johnny Cash to Ozzy Osbourne and Iron Maiden.

Clarkston is also a hidden gem for many history buffs, as it was the summer home of legendary American industrialist Henry Ford. Take a trip down to Mill Pond to see the mill he built. Or take a stroll down Main Street, where you can still see Ford’s old cottage. 

Of course, all of this wouldn't be possible without Clarkston residents’ tight-knit bonds and strong sense of community. The city is home to a number of community organizations, including the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce, the Clarkston Rotary Club, and the Clarkston Community Center. These organizations work to bring the community together and support local businesses and initiatives.

Whether you are looking to shop, hike, explore, dine, or just relax, Clarkston has something for everyone.