Pediatric Therapy Services
Communication is an important component to socializing and forming valuable relationships. Speech-language therapy consists of specialized interventions to allow the client to gain appropriate communication, language, articulation, feeding and oral motor skills.
Pediatric physical therapy helps children overcome gross motor deficits in order to achieve functional independence. Physical therapy incorporates skilled interventions and therapeutic activities to improve strength, coordination, range of motion, balance, and gait.
Occupational therapists help children acquire the skills necessary for completing activities of daily living (ADL) in order for children to gain functional independence. Occupational therapy consists of skilled interventions to improve self-care, sensory deficits, fine motor and coordination difficulties.