Comprehensive Therapy Consultancy

Occupational Therapy

We provide specialized evaluation and treatment to children and teens who have issues with fine motor skills, visual-perception skills, cognitive skills and sensory-processing deficits. Our goal is to help your child be as independent as possible.

We help kids who have a physical, sensory or cognitive disability carry out everyday activities like brushing their teeth or putting on shoes and socks. We’ll evaluate your child’s skills for playing, school performance and daily activities, and compare them with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group. 

We will also evaluate your child’s need for specialized equipment, such as splints, bathing equipment, dressing devices, feeding utensils, and communication aids.

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Physical Therapy

Pediatric physical therapy is used to improve a child’s gross motor skills, strength and balance. It is often recommended for children who have coordination difficulties or who don’t meet expected developmental milestones for gross motor function.

Pediatric physical therapy can also correct range-of-motion and strength problems related to torticollis, plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome), toe-walking, pes planus (flat feet), hip dysplasia and brachial plexus injury.

Other medical and development diagnosis that prompt a referral for pediatric physical therapy may include autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, spina bifida and Angelman syndrome. Children struggling with bladder and bowel problems like constipation, incontinence and bedwetting may also benefit from a referral to physical therapy.

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Speech Therapy

We have excellent speech and language pathologists who are experts at providing individualized evaluations, assessments and treatments aimed at  developing more effective communication skills.

Any child experiencing language or cognitive deficits may be referred for evaluation. Our speech and language specialists are skilled in assessing, diagnosing and treating adults and children with a variety of communication problems.

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Teletherapy is simply therapy, over the internet, through a live video connection. The treatment is very similar to what a child receives in person; it’s just done using a computer. If you’ve ever used FaceTime or Skype you’ve used the same type of technology that teletherapy uses.

Teletherapy can be used with a variety of ages. It allows therapy to be done remotely, and is an excellent way to receive therapy services when traveling to a clinic isn’t a realistic option or to allow for more scheduling flexibility. 

For the actual session, a parent can log on to the session from their home on their computer or mobile device, and then can sit with their child (if recommended) while their therapist works through the session. If there are materials that are needed for the session, they are either shared on-screen or sent via email before the session.

Would you like to refer a student for our teletherapy session? CLICK HERE for more details.