Plymouth Therapy Clinic

Plymouth Pediatric Therapy Clinic

Kelly Schacht, Regional Operations Manager

The Plymouth clinic is located at 14496 N. Sheldon Road Suite 200 in Plymouth.  We are also at the Sheldon Road exit of M14.  We are the second brown brick building behind the Hilton Hotel.

At the Plymouth location, we want your family to feel welcome and safe. Knowing that we will take care of your precious child while in our care.

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!

  • 14496 Sheldon Rd #200, Plymouth, MI 48170
  • 313-278-4601
    • Monday 9:00AM–7:30PM
    • Tuesday 9:00AM–7:30PM
    • Wednesday 9:00AM–7:30PM
    • Thursday 9:00AM–7:30PM
    • Friday 9:00AM–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

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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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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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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A Stunning Place to Live or Work

If you're exploring the western suburbs of Detroit, you'll likely come across Plymouth, a small city with fewer than 10,000 people. Plymouth is known for its charming downtown area, historic houses, and abundance of parks and wildlife. 

Due to its small size, Plymouth has a tight-knit feel that you just can't get in dense, urban areas. From May to October, residents enjoy going to the weekly Plymouth Farmers Market to socialize and splurge on locally grown produce, baked goods, and handmade crafts. 

But one of Plymouth's biggest attractions is the annual Plymouth Ice Festival. Over the course of one weekend in January or February, Plymouth's downtown area is transformed into a festive winter wonderland. The festival features ice sculptures, a parade, and other winter-themed activities that are fun for the whole family. It is a popular event for both locals and tourists alike.

Plymouth also boasts several parks and nature preserves that make it a perfect getaway spot for nature lovers. The town offers many spots for hiking, biking, picnicking, bird watching, and other outdoor activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family.  

In addition to its natural beauty, Plymouth has a rich history as one of the oldest communities in Michigan. The city was founded in the early 1800s, and many of the historic houses and buildings from that period are still standing. The Old Village Historic District is a popular spot to learn about the city's history and its evolution over time. 

All that walking and learning is sure to work up an appetite. Luckily, Plymouth features many local eateries and cafes. You're never more than a short stroll away from a delicious bite to eat. Plymouth seamlessly blends small-town charm with all of the amenities of a larger city to create a modern escape for any nature lover, history buff, or foodie.