Welcome to Your Child’s Place

We provide professional care to your child in a safe and friendly environment.

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What makes us a welcome alternative to home health care?

Your child will benefit from decreased hospitalizations, faster rehabilitation times and reduced isolation. We’ll take care of your child’s prescribed therapies and instructional needs. And, our staff is equipped to handle any medical emergency that may arise.

About Your Child's Place

The Difference is in the Details.

Your Child’s Place is a specialized pediatric childcare center for infants and children who demand skilled nursing care while their parents or caregivers are at work or school. Our Registered Nurses and Child Care professionals care for serious ongoing illness or chronic conditions that require constant or periodic medical treatment or the use of medical devices.

Our state of-the-art facility includes three developmentally appropriate childcare areas that are equipped with:

  • artificial lighting that doesn’t buzz or flicker
  • heated floors
  • overhead skylights
  • hospital-grade air filtration and ventilation system
  • built-in water purification system
  • oxygen, suction and air hook-ups in childcare and napping areas
  • emergency cart in the treatment room

We are licensed by the Department of Health and the Department of Human services, and operate under the supervision of a Medical Director. Attendance costs are billed to the eligible child’s insurance.

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Who Belongs at Your Child’s Place?

Life’s challenges are pronounced when your child has medically fragile needs. It’s hard to leave them, but it’s easy to trust Your Child’s Place. One visit, and you’ll know you’ve found a place like no other.

Our extended care center is open to children who:

  • are aged 6 weeks to 8 years of age with complex medical needs.

  • would qualify for in-home nursing services.

  • would need constant monitoring with a short-term acute need for outpatient rehabilitation or nursing care.

  • also have long-term medical needs including those who are ventilator-dependent.

  • need skilled respite care and who have either recently undergone surgery or who need short-term care in a supervised environment until they recover.