Any child is eligible experiencing developmental delay may be evaluated for services. A child does not have to be diagnosed with cerebral palsy to receive our care and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, or any other reason.Diagnoses include but are not limited to:
The Augmentative Communication Lab is designed with the needs of the nonverbal child in mind. The lab is equipped with specialized computers and augmentative communication devices to use in the assessment and training of children with special communication needs.The Casting-Adaptive Equipment Lab provides individualized equipment to help in the treatment and care of the children by:
The Sensory Motor Gym is equipped with movement equipment and Snoezlen activities. The sensory motor gym allows for unlimited sensory experiences under the direction of trained therapists.
The Physical Fitness Gym is a fully equipped workout facility designed with the adolescent with special physical needs in mind. The gym is available by appointment for teen and adolescents with disabilities to learn adapted work out routines and maintain a better level of physical fitness.
The Interactive Metronome is a program shown to improved attention, coordination and timing in children with a wide range of cognitive and physical difficulties including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The children work individually under the direction of a specially trained occupational therapist.
The Therapeutic Listening Program uses sound training in combination with sensory integrative techniques which emphasize vestibular stimulation and postural movement strategies. When incorporated into a sensory integrative treatment approach, by a specially trained occupational therapist, changes are typically observed in sensory modulation, attention, and behavioral organization through a reduction in sensory defensiveness and a smoothing out of mood variances and arousal states.
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Children can also be followed by their own physicians and our therapists will co-ordinate the necessary communication.read more
If you have any questions about our services, please contact us with your questions and we will do our best to get you answers.Physical Therapy
Our goal is for the child to learn about their world, how to organize and how to function effectively within it.Speech/Language Therapy