Pediatric Recovery Network - Scribbles and Giggles Pediatric Day Health Center and Daycare Center

About Us
The Pediatric Recovery Network provides acute, subacute, and educational services to severely disabled or catastrophically injured children through a unique combination of facilities and programs. PRN’s facilities include the Children’s Recovery Center, a general acute care hospital with a distinct-part skilled nursing unit delivering subacute care; Saratoga Pediatric Subacute, a skilled nursing facility providing subacute care; and Scribbles & Giggles, a pediatric day health care center offering subacute day and respite.
Our programs include acute and subacute rehabilitation, comprehensive respiratory services, inpatient subacute care, outpatient subacute care, respite care, and educational programs in collaboration with the Santa Clara County Office of Education.

Scribbles and Giggles Pediatric Day Health Center is dedicated to providing nursing services in a day care setting along with and early intervention to children with special and medical needs. We support parents and families through the inherent challenges of parenting a child with special needs. We strive to enrich each child's experience through the use of developmental activities that are fun, educational, and therapeutic. We promote each child's growth in reaching their highest potential.

Located in Saratoga and San Jose, California, Scribbles and Giggles is the FIRST pediatric day health center (PDHC) for children with special needs/medically-fragile children in the State of California. Our environment, our activities, our staff...everything is here to serve the individual needs of each child.

Second location:
1550 Marburg Way
San Jose, CA 95133
(408)392-3948

Address: 
13411 Sousa Lane
95070 Saratoga , CA
US
Phone: 
408-378-9450
Fax: 
408-378-3728
Updated: 
Tue, Apr 10, 2018: 9:19 am
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