Our physical therapists help children overcome challenges impacting their ability to play and move independently. Children needing physical therapy may have difficulty with strength, motor coordination, or range of motion.
Occupational therapists help children with all of the skills needed to play, learn and function successfully at home, school or in the community. This may include fine motor skills, visual motor skills, self-care, social participation, attention, self-regulation and more.
Speech therapists help children learn to communicate their needs and wants effectively. This may include receptive and expressive language, fluency, auditory processing, cognition, pragmatic language, social skills and more. Speech therapists also provide feeding therapy to children with feeding and swallowing disorders.