Occupational therapy helps children accomplish the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities. Occupational therapy enables children to live life to its fullest by helping them reach their goals and developmental abilities.
Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with developmental needs and special needs to participate fully in their life.
- Neurological Intervention
- Autism Intervention
- Sensory Regulation Specialists
- Upper Body Mobility/Strengthening
Speech therapy addresses challenges with language and communication. It can help children improve their verbal, nonverbal, and social communication. The overall goal is to help the child communicate in more useful and functional ways.
- Apraxia Intervention
- Speech/Language Development
- Swallowing/Oral Feeding
- Tracheostomy Intervention
- Voice Therapy
- Traumatic Brain Injury Interventions
- Cognitive Therapy
Physical therapy helps children gain mobility to participate in the things they enjoy. If needed, physical therapy assists families and children with mobility equipment needs.
- Neuro-Developmental Approach to Infant/Toddlers
- Gross Motor Development
- Mobility Equipment Assistance
Special Instruction/Developmental Therapy
Special instruction includes the designing of learning environments and activities that promote the child’s acquisition of skills in a variety of developmental areas including cognitive processes and social interactions.
We provide families with information, skills, and support related to enhancing the skill development of the child, and we work with the child to enhance their development.
- Certified Teachers/Special Education Teachers
- Behavioral Specialists
- Autism Specialists
- Therapy Through Music
- Certified Language Coaches