Occupational Therapy

Our pediatric occupational therapists (OT) will help enhance your child’s independence and adaptive functioning. We’ll work to improve self-regulation, arousal modulation, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, handwriting, and visual motor and visual perceptual skills. Pediatric OTs collaborate with a team that provides feeding evaluations for children.


Physical Therapy

Pediatric physical therapists (PT) can treat children with problems in gross motor skills, body awareness, coordination and balance, lower body weakness, and postural abnormalities/weaknesses. Our PTs use directed play and family education to help children to gain or restore their functional abilities so they can participate in daily activities.


Speech Language Pathology

Speech language pathologists will help your child communicate better. We treat conditions such as articulation/phonological delays/disorders, motor planning challenges, receptive and/or expressive language delays/disorders, fluency, voice disorders, oral motor dysfunction, and sensory or motor-based feeding disorders.

Sensory Integration

Our specially-trained occupational therapists use an individualized sensory integration approach to improve your child’s ability to process and respond to sensory messages. They can also administer and interpret Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests.


Feeding Team

Our Pediatric Feeding Team consists of a speech language pathologist, occupational therapist, and dietitian who will assess the “whole child” and all the possible contributing factors that have an impact on eating. Evaluation of your child includes a thorough medical and feeding history, a three-day journal of your child’s typical food intake, and an assessment of your child during a meal.


Therapeutic Listening Program

Therapeutic Listening uses specially modified music along with sensory integration (SI) strategies to promote improved time and space organization, handwriting, visual motor skills, motor control, timing, and social interactions. We tailor this program to your child’s individual needs.