Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy can help children with various needs improve their cognitive, physical, sensory, and motor skills to enhance their self esteem and sense of accomplishment. Our therapist will work to to strengthen fine motor, balance, coordination, and sensory processing based on each individual’s needs.

We can address issues pertaining to under and over reactive touch, taste, sound, lights, or other stimuli; poor concentration; attention to tasks; poor coordination or balance; awkwardness with motor movement; poor handwriting; difficulty with fine motor tasks and school performance; difficulty with transitions; or self help skills (feeding, dressing). These deficits can be present at birth or as a result of injury or incident during any span of development. Our services include transition based services that help with the process into adulthood with a goal of maximizing safety and independence for accessing the community, work or volunteer opportunities. As well as daily living skills.

We also strive to correlate services with counselors and other providers serving individuals impacted by trauma.
Our OT staff currently serve in the following settings: clinic, school, early intervention, and community based services.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy can help address many issues children may encounter in everyday life. Our speech therapist can identify deficit areas in language or feeding that could impact growth, overall development, and school performance. Our individualized approach is geared to treat the whole person to help each child reach their goals.

We can help with, difficulty being understood when talking or expressing themselves; unable to follow directions accurately; slow or difficult language processing; difficulty in understanding language; poor play skills; poor social skills; difficulty with written expression; swallowing difficulty; poor feeding; picky eaters; choking on foods; or problems with various food textures.