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Therapy
Services

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We offer multilingual services at no additional cost!

Our Experts can provide You With the Best Possible Services in the Following Areas:

We offer a wide range of therapy services both to individuals and to school districts.

 

Speech Therapy (Teletherapy)

A Speech and language pathologist (SLPs) can support your child with everything from pitch regulation to complete sentence formation. Before a speech therapist can treat your child, they must conduct a standardized evaluation.

 

Counseling (Teletherapy)

Counseling provides aid and support to any youth, who has experienced trauma, and/or experiencing a dysfunctional or stressful home environment. Some common issues include anxiety, depression, bullying, and grief. The goal of child counseling is to break down problems into manageable parts, so children can better understand and cope with them safely.

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Private Evaluations Available

Physical Therapy

 

Evaluations done by Physical Therapists, help identify the functional limitations and participation restrictions affecting the student daily activities. The information will guide the Physical Therapist to implement a treatment plan to the educationally relevant priorities or skills that the student needs/wants to develop support/participation in the least restrictive environment.

 

Occupational Therapy

The Occupational therapist will conduct an evaluation of a child’s gross motor skills, fine motor skills and sensory processing issues. Children with sensory processing issues may have difficulty with changes in their daily routines, tastes, or textures of certain foods.  They may also be sensitive to feeling certain fabrics on their skin, sometimes referred to as sensory processing disorder.

Fine motor skills are the ability to make movements using the small muscles in our hands and wrists. Children may struggle with tasks like writing, drawing, and using scissors. Gross motor skills involve the coordinated effort of the brain and muscles that allow us to make bigger movements, like jumping and running.  Fine motor skills are not specific learning skills like reading or math. However they directly impact how well children are able to learn and communicate what they know. For instance, children need fine motor skills to circle an answer on a test, write an essay, or write a short response.

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We offer multi-lingual services at no additional cost!

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