The focus of pediatric speech-language therapy is to support the development of effective communication skills. Speech language pathologists work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children.
Physical therapy (PT) helps children learn to successfully and independently perform gross motor tasks and improve functional mobility. The goal of physical therapy is for children to improve their physical independence and achieve a higher sense of self-esteem!
Occupational therapy (OT) helps children to develop the skills of daily living necessary to function at home, school, and play. It supports their ability to be successful at the “job” of being a kid, which is to play and learn!
Feeding therapy can be beneficial for children who have difficulty with any aspect of feeding, including swallowing difficulties, oral motor weakness, and extreme picky eating. Our therapists used a fun, play-based approach to help children expand their food choices and enable families to ENJOY mealtimes!
Aquatic Therapy uses specifically designed water-based activities to provide physical, sensory, social and cognitive benefits to children with a variety of diagnoses. Being submerged in water provides calming support, pressure, and buoyancy that helps kids on the autism spectrum or with sensory sensitivities develop their sensory processing skills.
Our Lactation Consultants are dedicated to empowering families to reach their breastfeeding goals and to identify potential oral motor concerns that may limited an infant's ability to breastfeed successfully.
To provide outstanding occupational therapy & speech-language therapy services with the aim of enhancing the quality of life of the children and families we serve, while enabling flexibility, balance, and positive personal growth in the lives of our team members.