Courage Kenny Kids is a specialized pediatric rehabilitation program offered by Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. Our staff includes occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech-language pathologists with extensive training in pediatric rehabilitation.
We provide personalized treatment for children from birth to late adolescence who have medical conditions or syndromes that may interfere with normal development. To make an appointment, click on one of the locations listed below.
Buffalo – Services at this location are provided by Buffalo Hospital.
Burnsville – Services at this location are provided by Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Coon Rapids – Services at this location are provided by Mercy Hospital.
Forest Lake – Services at this location are provided by Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Golden Valley – Services at this location are provided by Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
New Ulm – Services at this location are provided by New Ulm Medical Center.
Owatonna – Services at this location are provided by Owatonna Hospital.
Stillwater (ages 8 and under) – Services at this location are provided by Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Stillwater-St. Croix (ages 9 and up) – Services at this location are provided by Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Elena has a rare genetic disorder affects her development in most areas. She comes to “play” at the Courage Kenny Kids’ Early Childhood Family Center (ECFC) in Stillwater, and without realizing it, is doing therapy.
At 14 Scott suffered multiple strokes during a five-month period, until a Microplex coil was inserted into his vertebral artery to prevent further episodes. Now he is working toward a degree in biochemistry and runs cross country for the University’s team.
Eli has a condition that affects his hearing, vision and balance. Speech and physical therapy are helping him overcome these obstacles.
Justice is a spunky 11-year-old with a painful disability impacts her strength, balance and coordination. She shows up every week at Courage Kenny Kids in Coon Rapids with a big smile on her face, ready to work on specific activities in therapy.
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
Lora Anderson, PT, physical therapy manager
Our Pinterest board is a resource for parents looking for ways to continue working with their children at home. Check it out at
Should kids be taught handwriting? by
Sara Rohde, OTR/L
Eye contact helps babies learn to talk by
Brynn D. Rhodes, M.S., CCC-SLP
Does my child need speech therapy? by
Jackie Shaver, MS, CCC/SLP, and
Sarah Cook, MA, CCC-SLP
How to support a child who has autism - by
LeeAnn Mateffy, OTR/L
Why your baby needs tummy time - by
Sarah Leathers, PT, and
Shanna Johnson, PT
Kumon Publishing materials are recommended by therapists at Courage Kenny Kids for improving motor skills and cognitive abilities and can be used for at-home practice.