Pediatric Therapy

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Occupational Therapy (OT) is a treatment approach designed to specifically help the client with the tasks involved in everyday life. An OT treatment could include developing or recovering a lost skill such as caring for oneself (dressing, eating, grooming, cooking). Another approach may require assistance¬†with coordiantion or physical dexterity which would involve a treatment plan involving exercise. No matter what the client’sneeds may be, the goal of the occupational therapist is to assist the client in obtaining the skills needed in order to maintain the highest level of independence in their lives.



Speech and Language Therapy
Speech and Language Therapy involves the study, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders related to speech, language, articulation, oral motor skills, feeding/swallowing, flunecy, auditory processing, voice and communication. We offer a wide range of services for the individual client. After an initial comprehensive evaluation, a treatment plan will be devised to serve the needs of the client.

Feeding Therapy
Our pediatric speech and language pathologists and occupational therapists work together to help children learn to eat different textured foods using either a sensory or behavioral approach. Oral Dysphagia concerns are diagnosed and treated.

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Specialized Training

  • Feeding
  • Sensory Integration Treatment
  • Neuro-Developmental Treatment
  • PROMPT Therapy
  • Oral Motor Therapy
  • Visual Motor Therapy
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Theraputic Listening Program
  • Floor Time Activities

Physical Therapy
Our pediatric physical therapists work with children with a wide range of disorders of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems. We use a variety of techniques designed to make therapy fun and playful to help children reach their highest potential of physical function. Pediatric physical therapy promotes independence in the home, school, and community.