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Services

We offer speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavioral (ABA) therapy, academic tutoring, and social skills groups to the birth to 21 pediatric population. 

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Speech & Language Therapy

 

- Autism Spectrum Disorders
-Neurodiversity affirming practices
-Gestalt Language Processing
-Play-based therapy
-Sensory informed therapy
-AAC
- Receptive/Expressive language delays
- Articulation Disorders
- Phonological Impairments
- Pragmatics (social skills groups)
- Oral Motor Therapy
- Childhood Apraxia of Speech
- Auditory Processing Disorders
- Fluency/Stuttering
- Parental training/Education
- Reading/Lindamood-Bell techniques

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Occupational Therapy

 

-Sensory informed therapy
-Feeding Therapy
-Picky Eaters
- Safety Awareness
- Activities of Daily living
- Tactile defensiveness related to dressing/feeding
-Play-based therapy
- Fine and Visual Motor skills
- Gross Motor Skills
- Handwriting Without Tears
- Body Awareness and Coordination skills
- Self-Regulation
- Sensory Processing Skills
- Attention to task
- Self-Care Skills
- Executive Function/Organization

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Our Treatment Includes

 

- Down Syndrome
- Autism Spectrum Disorder

- Asperger’s

- Pervasive Developmental Disorder

- Pragmatic Difficulties

- Sensory Integration
- Expressive/Receptive Language Delays

- Articulation Disorders

- Childhood Apraxia of Speech
- Feeding/swallowing Difficulties
- Oral Motor Weakness
- Attention Deficits
- Dyslexia/Reading Difficulties

- Auditory Processing Disorders

- Acquired Brain Injury

- Aphasia

- Cerebral Palsy

- Chromosomal Syndromes

- Coordination Difficulties

- Developmental Delay

- Developmental Dysarthria

- Failure to Thrive

- Handwriting Difficulties

- Hypotonia (low tone)

- Movement Motor Control Disorders

- Toritcollis

ABA Therapy

 

- Reduce undesirable behaviors

- Helping children to express themselves in socially appropriate way

- Reduce non-compliance

- Reduce self-stimulatory behaviors

- Reduce avoidance behaviors

 increase positive behaviors

- Reinforcements to facilitate compliance

 increasing intrinsic need to communicate   

- Teach positive replacement behaviors

- Increase learning opportunities 

- Teach meaningful behavior change

- Teach independence skills

- Increase prosocial behavior 
- Increase adaptive life skills 
- Assist in skill acquisition 
- Teach coping strategies 
- Self regulation

Physical Therapy

 

Our Physical Therapists:

 

- Evaluate and treat children from birth to age 21

- Provide a plan of care to address goals agreed upon by the parent, child (if able to communicate)  and the physical therapist

- Utilize treatment techniques to assist in reaching  developmental milestones

- Reduce impairments  

- Restore function

- Improve quality of life for the child and caregiver

- Assist in the ordering of equipment and orthotics 

For further information on any of our services please
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