Quest Therapeutic Services, located in West Chester, Pennsylvania (35 miles west of Philadelphia) provides exceptional pediatric therapy services to enhance the lives of children with disabilities in the Delaware Valley. Licensed physical, occupational and speech & language communication therapists, as well as special instructors, provide a full range of intense pediatric services to enable children with disabilities grow and develop to their fullest potential. Services are offered in a variety of settings to maximize results, including the home, school and community, as well as in our state-of-the-art therapy facility where we also offer Equine-Assisted Therapy in our heated indoor arena. We offer services year round.
Sandy McCloskey founded our program in 1996, when we initially served six children once a week. Quest Therapeutics has evolved into a full-time 501(c)(3) not-for-profit pediatric therapy program serving over 200 children per week, with a full staff of experienced certified therapists, instructors, trainers and volunteers. Our goal is to continuously advance pediatric therapies through teaching, research, clinical partnerships, and education throughout our community and our profession as a whole. We will continue with the dream that Sandy had for Quest and the children we serve.
Who We Serve
We provide family-centered and evidence-based therapeutic interventions to children from birth to young adult with a variety of diagnoses and disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down Syndrome, Low Muscle Tone, Developmental Delay, Muscular Dystrophy, Speech Delay, Spina Bifida, Genetic Syndromes, Cystic Fibrosis, and Attention Deficit Disorders/Hyperactivity.
Our success lies in the achievement of meaningful goals for each child as a result of the collaboration between our pediatric therapists and families.
Our Core Values
- Integrity: to always act with principle
- Excellence: to always strive for improvement
- Respect: for each other, and our environment
- Equality: to recognize the best in everyone
- Humor: to enjoy our work and each other