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Therapy for Kids Designed to Be Fun!

Swings

young white girl with a pink headband and white tank top smiles widely while sitting on a wooden swing at the height of the swing going forward

Trampolines

a young girl in a school uniform with glasses runs on a trampoline not looking at the camera but smiling

Bright Colors

a white man and a young boy are in a rehab gym with brightly colored implements. the man wearing an orange shirt and a medical mask and glasses crouches down while the boy in a yellow shirt and sock crouches down on a balance ball
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In-Clinic Pediatric Therapy for Kids

Whether your kids are coming for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, or Applied Behavioral Analysis, we strive to make their experience fun!

Our pediatric patients LOVE coming to therapy!
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ABA - Applied Behavioral Analysis

In-Clinic | In-Home | On-Site

ABA is designed to decrease inappropriate and challenging behaviors and teach socially appropriate replacement behaviors.  ABA teaches skills necessary for the child to gain independence without behaviors like physical aggression, verbal aggression, property destruction, self-injury, spitting, etc.

Our registered behavior technicians (RBTs) are directly supervised by our board certified behavior analyst (BCBA).

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PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR KIDS

In-Home | In-Clinic | On-Site | Virtual

Physical Therapists help children learn to independently perform gross motor skills such as walking, running, jumping, climbing, skipping, hopping, and navigating stairs. Parents may be having difficulty with managing the child's health and wellness. The child may be having difficulty returning to a sport activity after an injury or medical issue.  PTs can help!  A variety of treatment interventions are used including therapeutic exercise, mobility/safety training, prevention programs, coordination, agility, and developmental activities. Our Physical Therapists also specialize in techniques using ultrasound, iontophoresis, massage, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, and much more!

child in physical therapy. Young white girl with long brown hair laying on her back on a exercise stability ball, smiling up at the physical therapist dressed in grey scrubs with their hands gently supporting the child at one side of her torso and the opposite shoulder
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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR KIDS

In-Home | In-Clinic | On-Site | Virtual

Occupational Therapists (OT) and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTA) focus on helping kids maximize their participation and independence in occupations. A child’s occupations can include play, academics, ADLs (dressing, grooming, bathing, etc.), sleep, socialization ,and, for some, IADLs (meal prep, driving, laundry, etc.) OTs address deficits in any of these areas, whether resulting from injury, illness, or developmental delay, by using a variety of intervention techniques which can include Neuro Developmental Treatment (NDT), DIR/Floortime, Trauma Informed Care, Sensory Reintegration, and Vision Therapy. 

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SPEECH THERAPY FOR KIDS

In-Home | In-Clinic | On-Site | Virtual

Certified Speech-Language Pathologists (or speech therapists) can address speech, language, articulation, fluency, literacy, pragmatics, hearing disorders, and swallowing/feeding.  Early speech and language intervention can help a child be more successful with reading, writing, schoolwork, and interpersonal relationships. A Speech Therapist can also help a person with feeding needs to ensure proper nutritional intake.

young white child in speech therapy pointing at visual cue cards with numbers being held by a woman in a gray blazer over a pink shirt look at each other while they make exhibit oral motor postures for speech sound. there is a mirror, a block, and more cards on the table
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Through our in-house, collaborative care network, you can receive multiple therapies during your visits (in-home, in-clinic, virtually, or a combination of those).  We also offer skilled nursing services.  Let us know how we can help.