Our pediatric speech therapists diagnose and treat children with a broad spectrum of disorders. We maximize opportunities to facilitate natural speech and language using developmentally appropriate toys and equipment. We encourage peer interaction to enhance age-appropriate language and social skills. Speech is not only what a child says, but how they play and gesture, what language they understand and what information they can convey.
Our pediatric physical therapists work with babies from birth. We treat infants and children with torticollis, developmental delay, prematurity, brachial plexus injury, genetic disorders and cerebral palsy. We also train parents in infant massage to help babies who suffer from colic more comfortable. Physical therapy focuses on improving overall strength, balance, coordination and mobility so children can successfully play with their peers.
Our pediatric occupational therapists work to promote independence for a child's "occupation", including play, self-care, and school-related skills. Occupational therapy addresses difficulties that children have with fine motor skills, dressing, hygiene, handwriting, behavior, and sensory processing.
After a thorough evaluation, our pediatric occupational therapists and speech language pathologists work together to help children learn to eat different types and textures of foods, using either a sensory or behavioral approach.
• Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT)
• Sensory Integration Therapy
• Visual Motor Therapy
• PROMPT Level 1 and 2 for Apraxia
• Infant Massage for Colic
• Oral Motor Problems
• Sensory-Based Feeding Disorders
• Sensory Integration and Praxis Testing
• Yoga for the Special Needs Child
• Therapeutic Listening