Pediatric therapy is directed at allowing children to play and communicate at an age-appropriate level.
Our physical, occupational and speech therapists treat each child with an interdisciplinary approach to therapy, working as a team to create the best treatment plan possible. Our therapists are passionate about play and strive to make each session fun so that your child will get the most out of his or her therapy time.
*For more information on developmental benchmarks, click here.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Pediatric occupational therapists focus on helping children develop the skills they need to grow into functional, independent adults. Physical impairment, injuries and a host of other issues can hamper a child’s ability to perform common tasks or progress normally through the stages of social or cognitive development.
Our pediatric occupational therapists will assess any concern you may have about child’s ability to perform the tasks they need, want and love to do that require:
- Fine-motor skills
- Sensory integration
- Self-care abilities
- Preschool skills
- Visual-motor skills
- Behavior Concerns
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Pediatric physical therapists treat conditions related to genetic, neurological and orthopedic disorders in babies, toddlers, children and teens.
Our pediatric physical therapists will assess any concern you may have about your child’s physical development and skills:
- Gross-motor development
- Balance and coordination
- Walking skills
- Excessive flat foot
- Foot drop
- Muscle tone
- Range of motion
- Head shape
Pediatric Speech Therapy
Pediatric speech-language pathologists, also called speech therapists, treat communication challenges, both expressive and receptive, that cause children to have difficulty with verbal communication. Speech therapy also covers oral-motor concerns such as chewing and swallowing, as well as articulation, auditory processing and social skills.
Our pediatric speech-language pathologists will assess any concern you may have about your child’s: