We offer a full range of therapeutic services. including evaluation, treatment, and consultation. Our pediatric occupational therapists (OT) and speech language pathologists (SLP) use purposeful play activities that are specifically designed to help the child build needed skills. Therapists use combinations of activities to strengthen muscles, increase coordination, restore function, improve neurological integration and build specific skills.
Occupational therapy focuses on enhancing and facilitating development of fine motor, visual-motor integration, and visual perceptual skills, as well as addressing sensory processing disorder.
Occupational therapists uses play as a tool to build skills that enhance development. By adapting tasks and the environment, OT’s prevent disability, maximize independent function, and manage behaviors.
SLPs focus on effective production of speech sounds, acquisition of receptive and expressive language skills, eating and swallowing, and pragmatics of language. In addition to individual treatment our speech therapists run social skills groups for children ages 5-12.