Our pediatric speech-language therapists assess, diagnose, and treat children with developmental needs in the areas of language, articulation, fluency, and voice as well as oral motor and feeding skills. We strive to promote improved skills in these areas so that children can function more independently in their everyday environments.
Our pediatric occupational therapists focus on helping our children develop the skills they need to grow into functional, independent adults. We promote improved cognitive, fine motor, visual motor, self-care, and social skills as well as address the overall sensory processing system to encourage age-appropriate play.
Our pediatric physical therapists focus on helping children develop age-appropriate gross motor skills including the areas of mobility (such as crawling and walking), balance, coordination, strength, ball skills, jumping skills, and stair negotiation. We focus on helping children gain more independence with gross motor skills in order to improve their ability to interact with peers and family within the home, school, and community environments.