Our Programs & Interventions
Aquatic therapy is designed to benefit children by working on therapeutic skills in a warm water environment.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ACC) provides children with verbal speech additional resources to assist and enhance communication skills.
Electrical stimulation is the use of electrical current across the skin to activate a nerve or muscle.
Speech Pathologists are trained to provide Feeding Therapy.
Handwriting Without Tears
The Handwriting Without Tears (HWT) program is a unique method of teaching handwriting, through a multi-sensory approach.
Kinesio tape is a latex-free, elastic tape with stretch properties.
Medical Support Services offers many types of mobility training, from learning to crawl, gait training with an assistive device, and wheelchair mobility training.
A brace or orthoses is an orthopedic appliance or apparatus used to support, align, prevent, or correct deformities or to improve function of movable parts of the body.
Summer Park Therapy
Summer park therapy is designed to benefit children by working on therapeutic skills in a structured recreational setting.
Sensory Integration Therapy
Our bodies take in sensory information from our environment. That information is sent to our brain to be processed and understood. This is also known as sensory integration.
Serial casting is the use of multiple casts applied in a series in order to improve passive range of motion (ROM) of a joint by providing a prolonged stretch to a muscle.
Social Skills Groups
Social groups are designed to enhance play, peer relationships, and social – emotional development.
Therapeutic Listening is a structured listening program used to make positive changes in a child’s sensory system.
Upper Extremity Splinting
Upper extremity splints can be static (no moving parts) or dynamic (moving parts), and they can be custom made or prefabricated.