- Speech & language therapy – Speech therapists address the individualized needs of children having difficulty with communication. Speech therapists assess and treat receptive and expressive language delays/disorders, articulation concerns and oral-motor function. Use of communication alternatives, such as sign language, picture exchange and augmentative devices can be utilized during treatment.
- Physical therapy – Therapists use purposeful activities to help children develop gross motor skills allowing them to participate in everyday movement activities. Therapists assess and treat strength, range of motion, endurance, coordination, posture, balance and gait.
- Occupational therapy – We use functional activities to assist children who have difficulty participating in the normal occupations of childhood. Therapists assess and treat sensory processing skills, self-care, oral motor, feeding, visual perceptual and motor, fine motor, gross motor and play skills.
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