Our Services

  • Full Service Pediatric Sensory Gym

  • Occupational Therapy

    Occupational therapists are trained to help children succeed in activities of daily living in the home, school, and community. They are also trained to help children organize and interpret sensory information from the environment in an appropriate manner. We have occupational therapists trained in Therapeutic Listening! To learn more about this service, visit this website: http://www.vitallinks.net/

    • Sensory integration
    • Upper body strength and hand function
    • Fine motor skills, handwriting
    • Visual/spatial processing
    • Hand-eye coordination
    • Attention organization
    • Play/social skills
    • Body awareness
  • Physical Therapy

    Physical therapists are trained to help children succeed in functional mobility by addressing gross motor development.

    Physical therapy addresses the following areas:


    • Gross motor skills
    • Strength and endurance
    • Balance and coordination
    • Motor planning and control
    • Body awareness
    • Flexibility
    • Gait/mobility training


  • Speech Language Pathology

    Speech-language therapists are trained to help children effectively communicate their wants and needs to those around them. They are also trained to help with feeding and swallowing issues. Our therapists are PROMPT trained!

    Speech-language therapy addresses the following areas:


    • Receptive and expressive language
    • Comprehension, voice, fluency
    • Socialization and pragmatics
    • Oral motor skills
    • Feeding and swallowing
    • Augmentative and alternative communication


  • Counseling/Play Therapy

    Licensed clinical social workers or licensed psychologists will work with your children via play therapy and talk therapy strengthen the following areas:

    • Social Skills and Interactions
    • Self Esteem
    • Coping skills, Anxiety, Frustration Tolerance
    • Play Skills
    • Feelings Identification / Expression of Emotions
    • Impulsivity
    • Attention Span / Task Concentration and Completion
    • Oppositional and Defiant Behavior
    • Self Regulation – Emotional and Behavioral
    • Grief Expression
    • Adherence to Limits
    • Adjustment to Transitions