Speech-Language Pathologists have experience with children diagnosed with: autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, speech and language delay, fluency disorder, articulation/phonological impairment, cognitive impairment, learning disabilities, developmental delay, apraxia, and many others.
Occupational Therapists have experience with children diagnosed with: ADHD, ADD, sensory processing disorder, feeding disorders, Down syndrome, delayed motor skills or motor incoordination, handwriting difficulties, visual processing, chromosomal abnormalities, and many others.
-Free Screenings to determine if your child is in need of Speech, Social or Occupational Therapy.
-Extensive individual evaluations to determine your child’s needs, and we design their personalized plan of care.
-Individual therapy sessions-Allow children to achieve their goals in a personalized session. The therapist will plan sessions with your child’s goals in mind and choose materials and activities that he/she will respond to best.
-Group therapy sessions-Utilize Social Thinking and social cognitive strategies (by Michelle Garcia Winner and others) to improve the social communication skills of children with peers and adults.
-Feeding Therapy/”Food School”- Individual or Group Therapy sessions to address feeding aversions that affect children’s daily lives based on SOS feeding approach by Dr. Kay Toomey.
-“Parent Talk Time” after every session to help parents feel connected with the therapist and understand what can be done at home to help their child progress.