Physical Therapy

  • Developmental activities

  • Movement and mobility

  • Strengthening

  • Motor learning

  • Balance and coordination

  • Recreation, play, and leisure

  • Adaptation of daily care activities and routines

  • Equipment design, fabrication, and fitting

  • Tone management

  • Use of assistive technology

  • Posture, positioning, and lifting

  • Orthotics and prosthetics

  • Cardiopulmonary endurance

  • Safety, health promotion, and prevention programs

  • Diagnoses treated include 

    • Autism Spectrum Disorder​

    • Down Syndrome

    • Spina Bifada

    • Cerebral Palsy

    • Torticollis

    • Congenital Heart Diseases


Occupational Therapy

  • Help kids work on participating fully in school and social situations.  

  • Help kids work on fine motor skills so they can grasp and release toys and develop good handwriting skills

  • Address hand–eye coordination to improve kids' play and school skills (hitting a target, batting a ball, copying from a blackboard, etc.)

  • Help kids with severe developmental delays learn basic tasks (such as bathing, getting dressed, brushing their teeth, and feeding themselves)

  • Help kids with behavioral disorders maintain positive behaviors in all environments (e.g., instead of hitting others or acting out, using positive ways to deal with anger, such as writing about feelings or participating in a physical activity)

  • Teach kids with physical disabilities the coordination skills needed to feed themselves, use a computer, or increase the speed and legibility of their handwriting

  • Evaluate a child's need for specialized equipment, such as wheelchairs, splints, bathing equipment, dressing devices, or communication aids

  • Work with kids who have sensory and attention issues to improve focus and social skills

Speech Therapy

Speech Disorders

  • Articulation - the way we say our speech sounds

  • Phonology - the speech patterns we use

  • Apraxia - difficulty planning and coordinating the movements needed to make speech sounds

  • Fluency - stuttering

  • Voice - problems with the way the voice sounds, such as hoarseness

Language Disorders

  • Receptive Language - difficulty understanding language

  • Expressive Language - difficulty using language

  • Pragmatic Language - social communication; the way we speak to each other

Other Disorders

  • Deafness/Hearing Loss - loss of hearing; therapy includes developing lip-reading, speech, and/or alternative communication systems

  • Oral-Motor Disorders - weak tongue and/or lip muscles

  • Swallowing/Feeding Disorders - difficulty chewing and/or swallowing