About The Children's Institute
The Children’s Institute is an independent, licensed, nonprofit organization that provides a comprehensive approach to pediatric rehabilitation through the provision of Medical and Therapy Services, Educational Services, and Child and Family Services. These are offered through three services components: The Hospital, The Day School and Project STAR. The Hospital includes a 62-bed inpatient unit and numerous outpatient rehabilitation services for children and young adults. The Day School is an Approved Private School for children ages 2 to 21 with neurological impairments, including autism. Project STAR promotes the right of all children, especially those with physical, emotional and intellectual disabilities, to grow in safe, nurturing, lasting families.
For more information about Who We Are, please download this information form. For detailed information about any of our three services components, please see the downloads below:
Media Kit - Educational Services (248 KB)
Media Kit - Child & Family Services (298 KB)
The Children's Institute brand is our public face. It is a reflection of who we are and of the care we provide. It is how we represent ourselves to our patients, their families, our community and our peers. And it helps to strengthen the positive image of our organization and our mission.
The Children's Institute's Brand Guide was developed to provide the information and tools needed to represent our brand properly. It is a reference to ensure our trademarks, logos, color palettes, other identifying pieces and language are used correctly and consistently in all communications.
Download our Brand Guide here:
Media Kit - Brand Guide (1134 KB)
The media kit is updated regularly to ensure accuracy. If you have questions about the information posted here or would like details on programs or services not listed, please contact the Erica Tony, Marketing and Communications Manager, at 412.420.2479 or [email protected].