A group of kids eating donuts at the park.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is the use of purposeful activity to maximize the independence and health of an individual who is limited by a physical injury or illness, cognitive impairment, psychosocial dysfunction, mental illness, developmental or learning disability, or an adverse environmental condition.

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy focuses on developing, maintaining and restoring movement and functional abilities in children who have developmental disabilities, physical injuries or illnesses.  Physical therapists are focused on improving strength, balance, coordination, mobility and endurance, promoting health, preventing injuries and fostering movement so a child can enjoy life to the fullest.

A woman and two boys sitting at a table.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy addresses a child’s ability to communicate effectively.  The ability to communicate can be affected by a child’s ability to talk, their ability to understand what is being said to them, and through subtle gestures and facial expressions.  Speech therapists also address oral motor, feeding and swallowing disorders that Read more…