Occupational Therapy

Assists children who have difficulty with:
Fine Motor SkillsVision/Perception
CoordinationSensory Processing
DressingHygiene/Self Care
Feeding SkillsBehavorial Over-Reaction

Sensory integrative techniques are an essential component of occupational therapy programming and are addressed in our sensory/motor gyms, therapeutic pools, sensory center and adaptive playground. Including the family in the sessions, providing in-home exercise programs and coordinating with other professionals maximizes each child’s potential to succeed.

Physical Therapy

Does your child have difficulty with:
BalanceCoordination
MobilityRange of Motion/Flexibility
Standing

Our therapists use a variety of clinical strategies to facilitate progress and the transfer of skills to other settings including home and the community. Access to our therapeutic pools, sensory center and adaptive playground provide perfect on-site resources. Including the family in the sessions, providing in-home exercise programs and coordinating with other professionals maximizes each child’s potential to succeed.


Speech-Language Therapy

Assists children who have difficulty with:
Articulation/IntelligibilityOverall Listening & Understanding
Limited VocabularlyDrooling
Stuttering

Providing children with functional social language is an essential component of programming and is addressed through unique and innovative activities. Including the family in the sessions, providing in-home exercise programs including communication technologies and coordinating with other professionals maximizes each child’s potential to succeed.


Feeding & Swallowing Program

Assists children have difficult with:
SuckingDrooling
ChewingSwallowing
Acceptance of TexturesWeight Gain

Challenges within this area may be attributed to motor weaknesses or could include a sensory component as characterized by aversion to specific foods, textures, tastes and even colors. Specially trained speech pathologist and/or occupational therapist work on oral stimulation strengthening and food acceptance. Adaptive equipment including modified utensils may be used to meet the needs of the child.