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Pediatric Therapy

We provide one-on-one individualized therapy tailored to each child’s unique strengths, deficits, neurological functioning, and foundational skills, with an emphasis on parent involvement and education.

Occupational TherapyChildren

Our occupational therapists focus on the areas of daily living skills, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, sensory integration skills, self care, play and socialization skills. Therapy is conducted in the outpatient setting; however, the therapist works closely with the family members on all goals and strategies. This collaborative effort allows the child to be as independent as possible in their home, school, community, and public settings.

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists focus on the areas of postural control, motor planning, coordination, balance, strength, locomotion and gait. While treating in the home environment, our therapists educate family and caregivers on techniques to practice at home. Recommendations are given for equipment, toys, and other programs. The goal is to allow the child to be as independent as possible in their home, school, community, and public settings.

Our Specialized Programs Include


  • Sensory Processing
  • Gross and fine motor coordination
  • Self-regulation(attention to task)
  • Motor planning/dyspraxia
  • Balance, core strength, and postural control
  • Visual perception & processing
  • Integrated listening
  • Handwriting & hand function
  • Play and socialization skills
  • Improving ocular mobility (visual attention, visual pursuits,

Some Signs Your Child Might Benefit From Our Services

  • Clumsiness
  • Poor coordination
  • Strong reactions to noises, touch, or smells
  • Awkwardness on playground compared to other kids
  • Clinginess in social situation; avoidance of contact with other kids
  • Avoidance of certain textures
  • Craving of constant movement
  • Difficulty paying attention in school
  • Lack of response (to pain, to people, to surroundings)
  • Distractibility
  • Uncomfortable in clothes
  • Difficulty with handwriting


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