Dearborn Therapy Clinic

Kaitlyn Stempien, OTRL, Clinic Director

The Dearborn Therapy Center is located on Carlysle street just past Outer Drive. Our parking lot is directly across Jackson street from the CVS parking lot and we are located in the suits right next to Dellah Coffee and Brunch House.

At the MetroEHS Dearborn Therapy Center, we want your child to feel welcome, safe, and excited to come to therapy. We strive for compassionate and collaborative care that includes all members of your child's team with you and your child at the center leading decisions and treatment planning.

To best serve our families and therapy staff from a clinical perspective, MetroEHS Pediatric Therapy appoints clinicians to serve at the helm of each of our therapy centers!

  • 20251 Carlysle St, Dearborn, MI 48124
  • 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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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 in Dearborn

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 in Dearborn

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 in Dearborn

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 in Dearborn

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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Physical Therapy in Dearborn

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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Mental Health Services in Dearborn

MetroEHS treats individuals with anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and autism spectrum disorder.

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A Stunning Place to Live or Work

Dearborn is a mid-size city, with nearly 100,000 people calling the area home. It was originally founded in 1786, giving this city over 200 years of rich history to explore. The city's namesake, Henry Dearborn, was a general during the American Revolution and, later, Thomas Jefferson's secretary of war. 

But what Dearborn, MI, is best known for is being the home of Henry Ford and the birthplace of the Ford Motor Company. Ford's influence and presence are still heavily felt in the area, and not just because Dearborn is still home to the Ford Motor Company's world headquarters. This makes it a perfect spot for history buffs and auto enthusiasts alike. While in Dearborn, you can explore the Henry Ford Museum, the Automotive Hall of Fame, and the Henry Ford Estate. The Ford Rouge Factory Tour is another must-do item for any car lover. 

Ford also helped shape the demographics of Dearborn. He employed thousands of immigrants from the Middle East who were eager to get in on the booming auto industry. Today, Dearborn is incredibly diverse and boasts one of the largest Arab American populations in the country. It's no surprise to learn Dearborn is also home to the only museum in the world dedicated to educating visitors on Arab American history and culture. 

Some other attractions you can only find in Dearborn include the Ford Drive-In Theater, Ford Lanes Bowling Center, the Dearborn Ice Skating Center, and several community parks. Dearborn is also home to the annual Old Car Festival. This car show takes place the weekend after Labor Day and serves as an opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts to connect, network, and admire the classics. 

Dearborn, MI, is a unique area that balances a small-town feel with big-city offerings, making it a great place to settle down or visit for a while.