Occupational Therapy Develops and improves fine motor skills, gross motor skills and visual motor skills that aide in activities of daily living.
Sensory Integration Therapy Incorporating all sensory systems (touch, movement, position, taste, smell, sight and hearing), this therapy is highly effective for children with mild to moderate learning disabilities to teach self-regulation skills for attention deficit disorders, children with autism or Asperger’s syndrome.
Pediatric Feeding We see infants, children and adolescents with a variety of barriers to feeding and mealtime issues, including but not limited to: gastrointestinal difficulties, sensory disorders, complex medical diagnoses, oral-motor delays and deficits and inadequate nutrition. Speech & Language Therapy Develops and improves expressive (articulation, spoken words, phrases and sentences, grammar) and receptive (auditory processing, understanding language) language skills as well as pragmatic/social abilities (eye contact, turn talking and non-verbal languages).
Physical Therapy Optimizes the child's gross motor development and functional skills through a variety of fun and innovative activities. Physical therapy is often beneficial for children who are experiencing developmental delay, congenital or acquired orthopedic impairments such as alignment issues, genetic disorders, muscle disease, neurological disorders, or other issues regarding mobility and balance. Early Intervention For infants and toddlers, ages birth to 3 years.
Comprehensive Assessments In the areas of sensory integration, sensory processing, fine and gross motor skills, visual integration and school functioning, using appropriate, standardized assessment tools including the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test.
Psychology/Counseling Assessment of cognitive development, achievement level, personality traits and emotional function.A neuropsychology assessment consists of evaluating for attention, memory, motor function and sensory processing.
Evaluation Children are evaluated on an individual basis, using standardized tests and clinical observations. All evaluations are made by therapists who have extensive training in evaluation and treatment procedures in their area of expertise. Results of assessments are shared with co-therapists as well as family, so that the best possible environment may be determined for the child.
Treatment If the evaluation indicates need for treatment, therapy is planned on an individual basis and is coordinated with other services, schools and family needs.Treatment may be in a one-on-one setting (child and one therapist), collaborative (child and multiple therapists), and/or social (child with multiple peers and therapist).
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