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Abilities in Action is open for in-person visits and provides teletherapy virtually using telehealth.
Abilities in Action offers teletherapy sessions via telehealth. Teletherapy sessions are designed to provide direct intervention to children while also providing support and consultation to parents and caregivers. These sessions are not designed to have the child be a passive recipient of information coming from a screen. Teletherapy does not require that your child to remain seated and focused for the length of the session. Instead, the therapist interacts directly with the child by doing things like modeling movement based activities, sharing an interactive whiteboard or offering feedback on the child's performance. The parent is asked to be a part of the session as a facilitator to be sure the child is safe, can access materials and to help the child participate fully in therapist guided activities. Teletherapy sessions can include siblings, everyday materials and toys from around the house to create activities that are fun and of high therapeutic value to your child.
For more information about our services, please call our office.
Your child may benefit from speech therapy if he or she has difficulty using words to communicate (expressive language), understanding written or spoken language (receptive language), or pronouncing words (speech/articulation).
Pediatric physical therapy promotes independence, increases participation, facilitates motor development and function, improves strength and endurance, enhances learning opportunities, and eases challenges with daily caregiving.
Pediatric occupational therapy promotes the development of sensory processing abilities, fine and visual motor skills, and self help skills that support a child’s ability to function and socialize in their home, school, play, and community environments.
Parents of children who have feeding difficulties are often faced with a challenging situation - the interplay between nutrition, gastrointestinal health, and a child’s experience of food can be complicated.