Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is a health profession that utilizes the application of purposeful, goal directed intervention in the assessment and treatment of children with disabilities to facilitate engagement in occupation that supports participation in life.  Below are just a few areas that occupational therapists evaluate and provide intervention:

  • Small Object Manipulation
  • Sensory-Motor Processing Skills
  • Perceptual Skills
  • Oral-Motor Skills
  • Academics Related to Neurological Motor Struggles
  • Activities of Daily Living Skills (e.g. clothing management for toileting, washing hands, feeding self, etc.)

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is a health profession whose primary purpose is the promotion of optimal human health and function through application of scientific principles to prevent, identify, assess, correct or alleviate acute or prolonged movement dysfunction. Below are just a few areas that physical therapists evaluate and provide intervention:

  • Gross Motor Coordination
  • Mobility in the Home and Community
  • Adaptive Equipment Needs
  • Pediatric Orthopedic Deficits
  • Adolescent Sport Related Injuries

Speech Language Pathology

Speech Language Pathology is a health profession that provides comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services to help improve an individual’s ability to communicate.  Below are just a few areas that speech language pathologists evaluate and provide intervention:

  • Speech/Articulation Skills
  • Language Skills
  • Oral-Motor Skills
  • Swallowing Skills
  • Cognitive or Thinking Skills
  • Social Skills