Contact Us
877-543-8774
 Locations
Marlton | Inpatient & Outpatient
92 Brick Rd Marlton, NJ 08053
 856-489-4520
Northfield | Outpatient
450 Tilton Rd
Suite 105
Northfield, NJ 08225
 609-344-8400
Pennsauken | Outpatient & Medical Day Care
2475 McClellan Ave
Suite B-200 & B-203
Pennsauken, NJ 08109
 856-675-1450
Vineland | Outpatient & Medical Day Care
1206 W Sherman Ave
Suite 4E
Vineland, NJ 08360
 856-896-6740
Voorhees Pediatric Facility | Medical Day Care
1304 Laurel Oak Rd
Voorhees, NJ 08043
 856-346-3300
Washington Township | Outpatient
405 Hurffville-Cross Keys Rd
Suite 206
Sewell, NJ 08080
 856-218-3280

Parent Resources

Weisman Children´s Rehabilitation Hospital provides family centered care. Families are encouraged to participate in the care of their child and we permit one parent to stay overnight with each child. No one knows your son or daughter better than you and we value your input. WCRH will support your family each step of the way as you work toward recovery and return to home.

The goal of rehabilitation is to maximize function and ability and, at the same time, educate and train the patient and family so the transition back into the community and home are as smooth as possible. At Weisman, our inpatient, day hospital and outpatient programs are designed to meet the rehabilitative goals of patients from infancy through age 20 based on their unique needs.
The inpatient program is very intensive and requires a lot of structure. Generally, nursing care starts before the therapy day begins. Depending on age and diagnosis, therapy is scheduled between the hours of 8am and 4pm. Patients who meet the criteria for acute/comprehensive rehabilitation will receive at least 3 hours of therapy. Periods of rest and "down time" are incorporated, as needed.

The day hospital program offers the same intensity of services as the inpatient program. The difference is that patients are well enough (not requiring 24 hour medical/nursing/respiratory supervision) to live at home. Patients in this program can transition from an inpatient program or be referred by another hospital and or community physician. Meeting admission criteria and obtaining insurance approval are required for this program as well.

The outpatient program offers services in the area of physical, occupational, speech (communication), and dysphagia (feeding/eating/swallowing) therapies. Physician referral and insurance approval are also required. Can parents/family members participate?
Parents have 24 hour access; all others must be healthy and may visit with the permission of the patient/parents between the hours of 8am and 8pm.
Yes, one parent is permitted to stay overnight.
There are both types of rooms at Weisman.
Yes, parking is available and there is no fee. There is also public transportation pick up/drop off in the parking lot as well.
Every patient is unique, so the length of stay will vary. Some admissions are very short (days/weeks) and because of the nature of the diagnosis, other admissions may last more than a month or two. We will give you an estimate once the evaluations are completed after admission.