Physical Therapists help to assist children with meeting their gross motor mile stones. They work on full body movements that allow children to become independent with rolling, sitting walking and most importantly play!
The Physical Therapist will perform and teach the families a series of muscle strengthening, positioning and motor control exercises to allow their babies to achieve their motor milestones and movement goals. Therapist can also assist the family in getting any needed adapted equipment .
Occupational Therapists work on fine motor control, bilateral hand coordination, sensory processing, activities of daily living and desk top motor activities such as using utensils, stringing beads, pre- writing and writing skills . They are able to provide strategies for families to integrate into their daily routines. Adapted equipment that can be provided as needed help the child achieve desired goals.
Speech therapists work with families to help children attain effective communication at home and throughout the community. They are able to teach children and families a total communication approach which involves speaking, use of sign language and the use of adapted devices if needed.
Special Instructors assist children with learning pre-academic and the academic skills needed for preschool and kindergarten.