Speech therapy focuses on helping children with language delays including receptive language, or the ability to understand words spoken to you, and expressive language, or the ability to use words to express yourself. It also deals with the mechanics of producing words, such as articulation, pitch, fluency, and volume.
Occupational therapy helps children gain independence and promotes development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills, and visual motor skills that children need to function and socialize in their home, school, play, and community environments. In the case of an injury or debilitating illness, our services focus on rehabilitating children, allowing them to return to their daily routines at their highest level of function.
Physical therapy focuses on helping children with physical impairments that are impacting their mobility, balance, coordination, quality of movement, or age-appropriate gross motor skills.
Early Intervention focuses on helping families with babies and toddlers learn the basic and brand-new skills that typically develop during the first three years of life, such as: