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Therapeutic Services

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy (OT) is the use of assessment and treatment to develop, recover, or maintain the daily living and work skills of child with a physical, mental, or cognitive disorder. Pediatric Occupational therapists focus their work on identifying and eliminating environmental barriers to independence and participation in daily activities. Occupational therapy is a child-centered practice that places emphasis on the progress towards the child's goals. Occupational therapy interventions focus on adapting the environment, modifying the task, teaching the skill, and educating the child/family in order to increase participation in and performance of daily activities, particularly those that are meaningful to the child.


Speech Language Pathology is divided into three fundamental fields: voice (vocal damage due to illness and/or trauma), speech (the coordinated muscle movements necessary to produce speech), and language (communication of ideas and feelings). Each field contains its own set of disorders and disabilities that may be addressed through therapy provided by a speech language pathologist. Voice: constant hoarseness, repeating laryngitis, vocal cord paralysis, vocal nodules, and loss of voice (aphonia). Speech: articulation disorders, phonological processing disorders, stuttering, dysarthria, apraxia, and accent reduction. Language: expressive language disorders, receptive language disorders, specific language impairment, auditory processing disorders, and aphasia

Physical Therapy

The Physical Therapy evaluation and treatment are provided upon receipt of a physician prescription. General indications for physical therapy are as follows: Abnormal muscle tone, impaired balance, abnormal reflexes, impaired coordination, impaired sensorimotor function, postural asymmetry, poor postural control and decreased mobility. Medical conditions which may indicate the need for physical therapy intervention but are not limited to: Neuromuscular skeletal dysfunction, Down's syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Autism, Gross Motor Dysfunction, Traumatic Brain Injury. The child is assisted through play and therapeutic exercise so that his or her maximal level of independence may be achieved.

Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy is a treatment that helps change potentially self-destructing behaviors. It is also called behavioral modification or cognitive behavioral therapy. Medical professionals use this type of therapy to replace bad habits with good ones. The therapy also helps you cope with difficult situations. It is most often used to treat anxiety disorders. However, you donít have to be diagnosed with a mental health disorder to benefit. Behavioral therapy is used by psychotherapists, psychiatrists, and other qualified medical professionals. It is usually used to help treat anxiety and mood disorders. This therapy is also used on patients with chronic diseases to help manage pain. For example, cancer patients use learned techniques to better cope with radiation therapy.


  • Sensory Processing Disorder - SPD
  • Attention Deficit Disorder - ADD
  • Autism - Pervasive Development Disorder
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder - Difficult Behaviors
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - OCD
  • Behavioral and Emotional Disorder
  • Dyspraxia - Motor Incoordination
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - ADHD
  • Developmental Delay
  • Hypotonia and Hypertonicity
  • Down Syndrome
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Stroke and Hemiparesis
  • Brain Injuries


  • Auditory Processing Skills
  • Sensory Modulation and Adaptive Behavior
  • Visual Motor Skills
  • Respiration
  • Balance and Equilibrium
  • Oral Motor Skills
  • Handwriting and Fine Motor Skills
  • Strength and Endurance
  • Visual Perceptual Skills
  • Self-Care and Self-Help Skills
  • Postural Stability and Hypotonia
  • Articulation Skills
  • Ocular Motor Skills
  • Sensorimotor Coordination and Dyspraxia
  • Speech and Language Delay
  • Proper Tool and Toy Use