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.
Every child has a unique sensory system that allows them to explore the world at their own pace. Pediatric feeding disorders are more common than most people realize. We strive to prepare children to continue developing their ability to learn in the manner that best suits their needs.
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) includes all forms of communication that are used to express ourselves without the use of oral speech. We all use AAC when we make facial expressions or gestures, use symbols or pictures, or write.
Pediatric Aquatic Therapy is a contemporary setting for children to practice their therapy goals and have fun at the same time. Water is used as a weightless environment that helps to promote the child’s flexibility, range of motion and increase strength.