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Pediatric Physical Therapy

Physical therapists assist each child in reaching their maximum potential to function independently and to promote active participation in home, school, and community environments.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists focus on helping children with their age-expected “jobs” such as school work, play, dressing themselves, potty training, and following directions

Pediatric Speech Language Therapy

Pediatric speech-language-pathologists can help your child with feeding and swallowing concerns, speech sounds, and overall communication skills.

Pediatric Physical Therapy Services
include:
  • Developmental activities
  • Movement and mobility
  • Strengthening
  • Motor learning
  • Balance and Coordination
  • Muscle tone management
  • Use of assistive technology or devices
  • Posture, positioning, and lifting
  • Orthotics and prosthetics
  • Cardiopulmonary endurance•
  • Safety, health promotion, prevention programs

Areas that Occupational Therapists Can Address:
  • Sensory processing concerns (such as poor self-calming and attention)
  • Self-care activities (such as potty training, tying shoes)
  • Return to function after an upper extremity injury
  • Participation in recreation, play, and leisure activities
  • Fine motor skills
  • School readiness abilities
  • Visual-motor integration skills
  • Use of assistive technology
  • Problem solving skill development

Speech Therapy Services Include, But Are Not Limited to Working on:
  • Articulation/speech intelligibility
  • Expressive language skills
  • Receptive language/listening skills
  • Speech fluency/stuttering
  • Voice and resonance
  • Social/pragmatic language
  • Cognitive-communication skills
  • Swallowing/feeding issues
  • Educating and empowering YOU on how best to help your child/baby
  • Provide alternative methods of communication for children with complex speech needs and/or comprehension disorders.