We provide a complete in house collaborative approach to support our families in Speech, Pediatric Occupational, and Pediatric Physical Therapy.
"We are most grateful for the experiences we have had with the Fleming Therapy Center. All the staff is supportive, patient and has contributed greatly to our child's development." - Jennifer
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We are committed to providing the highest quality of care and service by organizing, training and employing the most skilled and experienced team you will find. We are a family owned business and we guarantee our service by putting our name on it.
Fleming has changed my son’s life and my family’s life and we are so incredibly grateful for every therapist that has helped - Alyse
Fleming Therapy Services, Inc.
At Fleming Therapy our approach is collaborative, which means parents are involved in every step of their child’s therapy plan.
While most of our families are referred to us by a family care provider or pediatrician, we will consult any family who has concerns about their child’s development and individual needs. Our practice specializes in Pediatric Speech, Occupational and Physical therapy. We also provide feeding therapy, which may be used to help with strengthening abilities in other areas of difficulty for your child. We strive to prepare children to continue developing their ability to learn in the manner that best suits their needs.
If you are looking for a team of dedicated fully licensed, and board certified Pediatric Therapists to work with you and your child, we invite you to take advantage of our free consultations. All consultations include an in person meeting with you, your child, and our assistant director where we gather an assessment of concerns both from you and from observing your child, and review medical history. From there we provide a suggested plan of therapy based on the individual needs of the child, and provide you with an understanding of your insurance benefits.
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Pediatric Speech Therapy
Determining when there is a problem with a child’s speech development can be tough. Our speech therapists assess speech development and provide a collaborative plan to help children advance their communication skills.
We address psychological, social, and environmental factors to help children with various levels of needs to improve their cognitive, physical, sensory, and motor skills and strengthen their self-esteem.
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To a parent there is no greater joy than hearing your child’s first word. To hear your child’s voice when he expresses his opinion, a thought, a dream or a desire or a wish.” Thank you for giving the gift of Eddy’s voice.