Occupational therapy helps children to develop the skills of daily living necessary to function at home, school, and play. It supports their ability to be successful at the “job” of being a kid, which is to play and learn! Occupational therapy may target fine motor development, visual motor skills, oral motor skills/feeding, sensory processing, balance/coordination, and self-care skills.
The focus of pediatric speech/language therapy is to support the development of effective communication skills. Treatment may target articulation, production of sound, oral motor control, language development, cognitive skills, and safe feeding & swallowing.
Our caring Psychological Services providers offer Testing, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy and Counseling. Read More about our Psychological Services.
A psychiatrist is a physician who completed medical school and years of specialty in training in psychiatry. A psychiatrist will diagnose mental illnesses and prescribe medication and/or other treatment options.
Physical therapy focuses on improving strength, balance, coordination, and mobility so children can successfully interact with their environment and play with their peers. PTs work with families to provide support for gross motor development, range of motion, and quality of movement for children who have problems related to injury, disease, or congenital conditions. Read more
Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a systematic approach to promote positive behavior change by implementing interventions that emphasize motivation and reinforcement. The focus of this methodology is on building skills and decreasing problematic behavior. ABA uses objective data of observable behavior to create and adapt personalized behavior plans that are tailored to the specific needs of the individual. Click through to learn more about our unique ABA STEP Program for Adults with Autism. Read more