Areas Addressed

  • Fine Motor Skills

  • Coordination

  • Visual Motor Skills

  • Self-Care

  • Oral Motor/Feeding/Swallowing

  • Sensory Processing Disorders

  • Handwriting​

Areas Addressed

  • Expressive and Receptive Language

  • Articulation

  • Pragmatic and Written Language

  • Oral Motor for Feeding Skills

  • Auditory Processing

  • Swallowing Dysfunctions

Our Speech and Language Pathologists assist children who have communication disorders. They offer basic cognitive retaining to assure functional independence with decision-making, reasoning skills, and memory. Oral motor strengthening, written expression, and use of special communication devices are also addressed.

Areas Addressed

  • Gross Motor

  • Muscle Tone

  • Orthopedic Issues

  • Neuromuscular Function

Speech  Therapy


Our Registered Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants interact using play with your child to develop independence in their daily activities. Using motor and sensory processing techniques, your child will learn where his or her body is in space and how to sit and focus on activities age appropriately. Developing these skills builds self-esteem by allowing your child to complete daily activities such as:

  • peer interaction

  • following directions

  • paying attention in class

  • ADL (Activities of Daily Life)

Intake Paperwork

Click the link above to access our pediatric intake paperwork. Complete the forms and bring to your appointment.

Pediatric Therapy Services

Physical  Therapy


Focusing on movement dysfunction, Physical Therapists assist children with mobility and walking, teaching wheelchair transfer techniques, and conducting orthotic/prosthetic device evaluation and training. In a fully equipped gym, our therapists combine specialized equipment and one-on-one assistance to enable your child to gain confidence in balance, strength, and endurance. We may also use special techniques to reduce pain and maximize range of motion as needed.

Occupational  Therapy