Pediatric PT/OT/SLP

Conditions we treat

• Autism
• Cerebral Palsy
• Down Syndrome
• Dysphasia
• Oral-Motor Feeding Disorder
• Torticollis

Service Locations

• Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
• Daycares
• In-Clinic
• Learning Centers

Therapy Goals

The goal of pediatric physical therapy is to help build strength, improve movement, and complete daily activities independently by:

  • Improving developmental activities
  •  Improving gait (walking, running, jumping)
  •  Enhancing balance and coordination activities
  • Improving flexibility and strength
  • Improving adaptive play with safety
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The goal of pediatric occupational therapy is to help children develop the skills they need to become more independent using activities, exercises,
and strategies by:

  • Enhancing sensory responses (helping kids with sensory processing issues respond to sensory input)
  • Improving self-care or activities of daily living
  • Improving hand-eye coordination
  • Improving sensory responses
  • Improving gross and fine motor skills
  • Improving planning and organization

The goal of pediatric speech therapy is to help children who exhibit difficulty performing eating, swallowing, expressing certain sounds or understanding others by:

  • Improving receptive and expressive language skills
  • Improving expressions of feelings (fear, happiness, anger)
  • Improving play skills
  • Improving oral motor strength for speech
  • Improving eating and swallowing
  • Improving support training for augmentative communication devices to increase communicatio
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