Our pediatric therapists help children with developmental disabilities improve function and provide a foundation for future development. Children may benefit from a combination of therapies to address their individual needs.
- Physical Therapy
Our physical therapists motivate and challenge your child to improve his/her functional abilities. Physical therapy helps:
- Develop a child's gross motor skills, improving their ability to use large groups of muscles to sit, stand, walk, run, keep balance and change positions.
- Other issues that may be addressed are a loss of range of motion, and coordination.
- Speech Therapy
Speech-Language Pathologists work on a variety of skills to assist each child in becoming a successful and confident communicator. Our experienced therapists focus on articulation and phonology, memory and organization.
- Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy addresses fine motor movement, visual motor acuity, feeding, self-help and sensory processing skills. This therapy helps children learn to process information from their environment (sight, hearing, touch, movement, smell and taste) in more manageable ways. Our therapists provide intervention and adaptations necessary to achieve independence within the activities that are part of their daily routine with family members and others in their lives.
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