For any military who might end up in Korea, I have found the therapy available at Samsung Medical Center in Seoul, Korea, and at Ajou University Hospital in Suwon, Korea to be excellent!
They provide concentrated 30 min sessions of OT and PT, and the OTs even provide sensory integration therapy and oral stimulation. I have been very pleased with the quality of the medical care and therapy here in Korea and these two hospitals.
My son is receiving very aggressive therapy and continuing to make progress. Only therapy the Koreans cannot provide for Americans is speech therapy due to the language difference.
I hope this is helpful.
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