Our rehabilitation services are provided in the child's natural environment, including the home or daycare setting.
Speech therapy focuses on helping children overcome communication impairments, such as difficulties with articulation, language, voice, fluency, and cognition. Speech pathologists also work with children who have limited social interaction or are non-verbal. Speech pathologists also work with children who have swallowing and feeding disorders that interfere with the safe consumption of foods and liquids.
Occupational therapy focuses on assisting children achieve independence in all areas of their lives. Occupational therapists evaluate and treat delays of fine motor development, handwriting, and attention as related to the completion of basic life activities. Occupational therapists help children minimize the effects of developmental delays by working on improving range of motion, coordination, and sensation.
Physical therapy focuses on helping children with the ability to participate in movement activities. Physical therapists evaluate and treat delays of gross motor development, including a child's inability to crawl, walk, run, or engage in physical activity. Physical therapists help children who need adaptive equipment to mobilize in their environment, including those who use wheelchairs, orthotics, or walkers.
Pediatric therapy is our speciality. Our caring team of therapists love to work with children of all ages and disabilities. We love our patients, and we take pride in calling them our friends. We have experience working with a wide variety of disorders and disability conditions, including the following:
Our speech pathologists are also trained and certified in VitalStim Therapy (an FDA approved treatment modality for dysphagia) and have experience with Assistive Technology.