Helping kids grow by Leaps and Bounds
Sensory, Motor, Language, Emotional Regulation, Play
Occupational and Speech Therapy Services
In recognition of our individual skills and ability to provide the best care we can, we currently initiate services for children up to 7 years of age
Private sessions provide your child specialized attention to support areas of growth in sensory, emotional regulation, motor skills, attention, and social awareness.
We also offer in home, community, preschool, or virtual therapy and consultation sessions for parents and caregiver.
Sensory and Social Play Groups*
Messy or Meticulous- let your child explore their senses in a supportive environment focused on providing development in the early stages of self regulation, sensory processing, and developing the ability to process the world they live in. Along the way, they will learn how to make friends, take turns, and interact with peers with cognitive and pragmatic awareness
Home, School and Community Support*
Does your child seem to only show certain challenges at home? Are they struggling in their school or community program? Would their teachers benefit from some extra support or tips and tricks to help make your child's day successful? We can help assess those challenges that are harder to see in a clinic setting.
*For children 3-7 years of age who have attended individual sessions for at least 3 months*
Why Occupational Therapy
Daily Living and Play is a child's "Occupation"
Whether your child struggles with texture or touch, easily distracted, clumsy, or seems like a never-ending ball of energy- we're here to help!
OT supports a myriad of areas, from sensory processing disorders, emotional and behavioral regulation, attention and cognitive skills, gross and fine motor skills to support your child's success in everyday living!
Why Speech Therapy
Because speech is more than "talking!"
Speech Therapists look beyond just how the words sound when your child speaks! Language encompasses so much more! Do the words make sense, is your child understood by their friends and teachers, do they get frustrated when trying to share their amazing ideas?
Speech addresses so many areas of language and oral motor development, including bottle/breast feeding, picky eating, language expression and comprehension, as well as social language - taking turns in conversation and how to talk with friends!
Join us for one our social language groups, we love making new friends!