Pediatric Speech Therapy services address issues that affect a child’s ability to communicate. Activities focus on verbal and non-verbal communication, understanding language and social skills. Because swallowing disorders and speech can be related, our therapists also work with children so they can feed themselves.
Pediatric Physical Therapy helps children reach their maximum level of independence so they can be active participants in home, school, and community settings. Treatment plans are designed to improve motor skills, balance, coordination, strength and mobility, with or without the use of braces or a wheelchair.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy helps children be children. Therapists provide guidance and activities so they can better take care of their own basic needs as well as play and interact with others. Treatment includes exercises to improve hand-eye coordination, focus, attention and self-care.