Speech and Language Therapy

Speech-Language Therapy includes specialized treatment that aims to develop receptive and expressive language skills, auditory processing skills, speech sound production, social communication skills, oral-motor and feeding skills, fluency, and voice. Our speech-language pathologists also provide training in the use augmentative and alternative means of communication.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is directed toward helping children develop the abilities necessary for play, learning, self-care, and socialization. Management includes development of sensory processing, work behaviors, perceptual skills, fine motor skills, coordination, and socialization necessary for the child to function at home, in the classroom, and at play.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy involves the use of various modalities and procedures to promote maximum movement and functional mobility. It focuses on developing gross motor skills, balance, coordination, strength and endurance. Group sessions focus on the child’s participation in games and sports.