Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic Therapy uses specifically designed water-based activities to provide physical, sensory, social and cognitive benefits to children with a variety of diagnoses. 

 

Aquatic therapy may target:
 

  • Improving posture, balance, and coordination

  • Increasing strength and range of motion

  • Improving gross and fine motor skills

  • Reducing spasticity and the effects of tight muscles

  • Increasing body awareness and sensory processing

  • Developing impulse control, ability to follow instructions, and frustration tolerance

 

The use of play-based functional movement through water facilitates neurodevelopmental growth and improves motor control. 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. All of these benefits and more are achieved through aquatic activities created in a way to challenge the child while they have fun in the water!

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Congratulations to

CHELCIE STANTON

newly ATRI Certified

Aquatic Therapist

Coming soon to a pool near you! 

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