Occupational Therapy (OT)
Occupational Therapy (OT) services address self-care needs, activities of daily living, and the developmental or functional needs. Occupational therapy works on improving performance in fine motor skills, social skills, cognitive skills, visual-perceptual skills, handwriting skills, sensory awareness and integration, muscle reeducation, and postural development.
Physical Therapy (PT)
Physical Therapy (PT) services are provided in order to develop, improve, and/or restore neuro-muscular and sensory-motor function. Physical therapy works on improving strength, endurance, flexibility, gait, and postural deviations to attain maximum performance.
Speech Therapy or Speech and Language Pathology (SLP)
Speech Therapy or Speech and Language Pathology (SLP) services focus on addressing communication skills and the oral skills necessary for breathing, eating, and swallowing. Speech therapy can assist with improving cognitive skills including problem solving and memory deficits that affect the ability to communicate.
Behavior Therapy or Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Behavior Therapy or Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a branch of psychology which uses scientifically tested principles such as positive reinforcement to bring about positive changes in a child’s behavior. ABA can be used as an adjunct to help address linguistic, social, learning and academic problems your children may suffer from. ABA can help reduce children’s everyday social problems and more serious behavior disorders.
Who Do We Serve
Individuals may qualify for therapy services if any of the following are noted:
difficulty with feeding
difficulty with basic concepts
difficulty standing, walking, running
loss of balance / incoordination
difficulty chewing / swallowing