Pediatric Care & Therapies


Dedicated to helping children and families.

We provide occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy for infants and children. Therapy services are offered on both insurance and non insurance customers . Our highly trained and licensed therapists use an interdisciplinary team approach to provide the best quality care for our patients. They work closely with families, teachers , physicians, and other healthcare providers to address the needs and establish goals for each child. Because our therapists are dedicated to children, they provide services within a fun, playful and friendly atmosphere.

We treat the whole child, and encourage children to reach their highest level of functional capacity in all areas including their motor, cognition , language, social skills and living skills. This goal is facilitated by our highly trained pediatric therapists through the use of treatment techniques and special equipment.

The combination of medical and educational intervention is very important. Our professional therapists can assess the child in various aspects and co-design an individual teaching plan with the teachers and parents so that the child can have access to better education resources and improve the learning at home and school.

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy practitioners provide skilled services to children with special needs.

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Occupational Therapy

The goal is to improve independence and develop skills in order for children to participate in their daily activities.

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Speech Therapy

The goal is to help your child speak and understand language, increase vocabulary, and use clear speech sounds.

  • What is Pediatric Physical Therapy?

    Physical therapy practitioners provide skilled services to children with special needs. The goal of physical therapy is to improve a child’s ability to move and to interactive with their environment. Physical therapy practitioners provide evaluations, intervention and caregiver education.

    What does Pediatric Physical Therapy address?

    • Delays in Developmental Skills
    • Infant/Toddler Treatments
    • Strength and Range of Motion
    • Balance, Coordination, and Motor Planning
    • Equipment Needs
    • Aquatic (Pool) Therapy
    • Gross Motor Skills
    • Parent/Caregiver Education
    • Gross Motor Developmental Milestons
  • What is Pediatric Occupational Therapy?

    Occupational therapy practitioners provide skilled services to children with special needs. The goal of occupational therapy is to improve independence and develop skills in order for children to participate appropriately in their daily life activities. Occupational therapy practitioners provide evaluations, intervention and caregiver education.

    What does Pediatric Occupational Therapy address?

    • Sensory Processing
    • Play and Motor Skills
    • Self-Care skills
    • Fine Motor Skills
    • Social Participation
    • Occupational Aquatic (Pool) Therapy
    • Parent/Caregiver Education
    • Fine Motor/Social/Self-Care Milestones
  • What is Pediatric Speech Language Therapy?

    Speech Language Pathologists provide skilled services to children with special needs. The goal of speech language therapy is help your child speak and understand language, increase vocabulary, and use clear speech sounds. Speech language therapists provide evaluations, intervention, and caregiver education.

    What does Pediatric Speech Therapy address?

    • Articulation
    • Language Skills
    • Social Language Skills
    • Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC)
    • Social Participation
    • Cleft Palate
    • Parent/Caregiver Education
    • Speech Language Milestones